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Warlord Talk Doctor Who & Test Of Honour & Win These Games!

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Warlord Talk Doctor Who & Test Of Honour & Win These Games!

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Warlord Games are sitting down and talking through what you can expect from Exterminate! The Doctor Who Miniatures Games, and Test of Honour, which is their skirmishing Samurai game too.

Come and learn about the games today AND you could win yourself a copy of both by commenting below!

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khiasharisse
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Definitely interested in Test of Honour.

crazycabo
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Test of Honor looks excellent

jmrecoil
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Test of honor looks great, would love to try it.

khy0te
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I loved watching the demo game here. I got a very “Kurosawa film” feeling from Test of Honor. Also I think the it’s not meant to feel realistic but heroic style is a good thing, it keeps it from being a historical “rivet counting” game. While I like history and know that history has given us some of the best and unimaginable battles that fantasy and science fiction battles are based on (Star Wars being a science fantasy reenactment of WWII battles for example). I know that vikings, knights, and samurai weren’t as glamorous as our current romanticized visions of them and when playing games I like having the romanticized visions of them come through not the realism. As, far as Exterminate goes, I love Dr. Who but if I can’t be The Doctor (especially Tom Baker, Matt Smith, or John Hurt) in the game… meh I’ll pass.

shadykx125
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been dying to get my hands on test of honor.

evilstu
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Just picked up Test of Honour. Rules are simple and the mins are incredible. Great value too. Highly recommend getting in on this game 🙂

aea007
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Warlord please let us know when 2000ad game coming….

tomd
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I want to see more test of honor. i know it scrimrish base but does it scale up for large scale battles? like the shogun game

arek
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Test of Honour \o/

Need to get some 3D Building for it ! 😀

tachycardia
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Always good to see what the warlord guys are up to. Like the sound of test of honour.

guillotine
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Test of Honour is tempting…

I would also love to hear more about their 2000ad game, so if someone at UKGE could go twist some arms…

tmon
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Daleks must be stopped!!!

truthslayer
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Not the Biggest Doc Who fan but the game looks great

justsmilefamily
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Loved the Who one, perfect hook to get new interest as well

meszko23
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Test of Honour looks really good!

aztecjaguar
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Any Project Z news? Started strong a year ago but the initial first Wave
releases, seems to have gone a bit quiet… or did I miss something?

bigsylie
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The attention to detail is amazing. I can see this appealing to a wide audience.

rasmus
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More Dr. Who

aztecjaguar
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Actually, good to see a games company designier, manufacturing and
publishing miniature skirmish Tabletop (Project Z, Test of Honour and
now Doctor Who)… all without a kickstarter.

I like the use of the early 1970s Doctor Who Logo from the Jon Pertwee
era – happy memories of that psychedelic BBC COLOUR title sequence
and all those Target Paperbacks. Those novels, the Christmas annuals
and Weetabix box games were all DW fans had back then…

lawnor
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Warlord are making Daleks? Does this mean we will get some bolt action rules for them for funsies?

eric522
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Test of Honour looks interesting. Will be interesting to see how it plays.

grothain
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The little daleks look ace!

redbread25
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Test of Honour is very fun

bigbadbazz
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Dr Who looks a must

ants
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ToH is my game of the year so far.

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