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We Discover The Creator Of Frostgrave At The Osprey Publishing Stand

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We Discover The Creator Of Frostgrave At The Osprey Publishing Stand

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During our walk through the vendor hall we come across Joseph the creator of Frostgrave and he tells us what is instore for this wonderful game.

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reiton
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sounds like a cool game, hope I get around to playing that one day 🙂

shinygames
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Have heard nothing but good things about Frostgrave from lots of different people. Must free up some time for it….

sathrin
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I’m in the same boat as you guys, sounds fantastic, just need to free up a little time, get my hands on it and give it a go.
It would make a welcome change from army painting, to small squad painting that’s for sure.

marine101
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It is one cool game, can be played in less time than D&D or Pathfinder, also the low investment to fun value is second to none.

beetle
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Open to having floating platforms for your table. I need to get the rule book. I prefer small skirmish games, and this one appeals, I must say.

huscarle
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Can’t recommend this game enough. Entry level is so cheap, most people have enough minis in their collection to put together a warband. You just need the rules

swbeil
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This looks cool. Think I could really have some fun playing this

pepsidan
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Hello Ladies, Hope you are doing ok, get lots of rest. Don’t forget to have fun, all work no play makes a bad gamer. Some of my friends are thinking of tiring out this game in the fall instead of D&D for the winter season.

bors77
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Love this game! I am looking forward to the Breeding pItts!

grimdarkness
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I just ordered the rules yesterday. I fancy creating a dwarf warband and am awaiting my Conan Kickstarter to provide a necromancer war band and lots of npc monsters!

carlosfandango
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Frostgrave deserves to be a real success. It is a great example of giving players what they want. GW, one hopes, sees this and realises that years of letting IPs like Mordheim languish may have been a mistake.

jmrecoil
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I love frost grave, great skirmish game.

bop3635
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Love this game. It’s so much better painting a small warband than a large army. I’ve re-purposed loads of old fantasy models and terrain and had fun doing it. Probably the easiest and most rewarding entry into a new game system I’ve ever had.

chaingun
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I completely agree with the comments, this game has taken me way back to my teens of playing D&D at my school club.

xaussienannh
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How about a band of Hobbits, have a nice set of those and think they might be great to use with Frostgrave.

lordbob
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I got the book in the mail yesterday and I’m halfway through it. Can’t wait to try it, hopefully next weekend.

nosbigdamus
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yes another game im after
just got the book
starting from the beginning

rgreenparadox
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Game keeps getting cooler.

rayzryr
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This is one of those games that I really need to make time for, and I see potential to get family and friends who are not gamers into gaming.

dugthefug1644
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Interested. Though may need a lot of structure to my play to begin with so maybe Dungeon Saga would be best fantasy start point for me. (Been a long time since I played Hero Quest.) Great interview.

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