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Find Out What's New From Osprey Games - Wildlands & Magical Investigations

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Osprey Games start delving into what’s new from them with a range of different games from their Wildlands series which expands and explore their miniature gaming world. Also, if you like your classic magical adventures in the Victorian era you also have Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.

Make sure that you check out what we saw at the preview and then come and join them here at the event.

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lordofuzkulak
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Bet Sam is going to want you to snag a copy of Strange & Norrel for him Ryan. 😉

goban
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Nobody famous in Ireland, Might have to buy to find out why. There is a new plastic set of wizards which would augment this game.

jemmy
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Given a high tolerance level for time issues Joyce an Yeats can be included. And of course Shawn O´Hara.

orlandothetechnicoloured
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Neat art on Dr Strange (not played by mr cummerbund) & mr Norrel

Andrew Scholl
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love Osprey Games

CoxJul
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Wanted to know how the Fae influence the Strange and Norrell game…

Indra
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Indra

Still love Wildlands

Robert
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Osprey do great games and books. The quality is always very high!

falerox
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I,d like to see gameplay of both, agree the art is wonderful.

laughingboy
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Victorian Wizards… why not 😀

tmon
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Lovely looking games.

lorddraconum
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Both of these games sound interesting. But the art work for Undaunted is great the colours catch your eye.

agashamirv
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That deck builder is intriguing.

panzerkaput
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Thats a wonderfully looking game

somegeezer
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I love the idea of both of thees. Osprey’s blue book wargames have been superb, these look like continuing that.

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