4Ground Team Up With LuxLu To Create World War II Ships

August 19, 2020 by brennon

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4Ground has been working with LuxLu to create some awesome World War II British Royal Navy Warships for use in their game Admiral. However, there is no reason you couldn't use these ships in a large variety of games set during this period!

World War II Royal Navy - 4 Ground & LuxLu

World War II Royal Navy // 4 Ground & LuxLu

These particular ships have been laser cut (obviously, it's 4Ground at the helm!) however they have been designed to closely match the actual ships from the period. When you're playing games at this scale the silhouette almost means as much as the actual detail and I think these look awesome. The larger ships really do look fantastic and you can see where the guns are and all of the gubbins on the deck.

World War II Royal Navy Close Up #1 - 4Ground & LuxLu

World War II Royal Navy Close Up // 4Ground & LuxLu

I really like these and think that they would paint up very nicely indeed. With a little coat of grey paint, a bit of weathering and some added highlights here and there you'd have a stunning little fleet to use in Admiral and other games.

World War II Royal Navy Close Up #2 - 4Ground & LuxLu

World War II Royal Navy Close Up // 4Ground & LuxLu

I couldn't quite work out what the scale of these particular models was but I'm sure that someone in the comments can help on that front. With a lot of people looking to bring World War II to the tabletop in different ways, it's fun to have a choice and be able to dip your toe into a series of wargames to see which one floats your boat (hah).

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