Snap Up In Her Majesty’s Name Starter Crews & More

February 15, 2021 by brennon

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In Her Majesty's Name from The Ministry Of Gentlemanly Warfare is now available as part of a 2nd Edition and North Star Military Figures has joined forces with them to offer up a selection of 28mm metal miniature packs!

In Her Majestys Name - The Ministry Of Gentlemanly Warfare

In Her Majesty's Name // The Ministry Of Gentlemanly Warfare

More information on this new edition of the game can be found HERE where the team behind it has also talked about some of the changes. You can also find a lot of free content that you can use to build on your experience with the game as well. You can venture into a fantastic Victorian Science Fiction world and make your own Adventuring Company!

As well as the new book, you can also pick up a selection of these pre-made Adventuring Company sets from the team at North Star Military Figures. They have collected together a range of metal miniatures to make themed forces.

Lord Currs Company - In Her Majestys Name

Lord Curr's Company // In Her Majesty's Name

I have shown off a few of them here which caught my eye in particular. I do like the style of this game and I think there is a lot of scope for fun tabletop games with these rules and miniatures. Pulp and Steampunk adventure is certainly an area that it would be neat to delve into a little more.

The Black Dragon Tong - In Her Majestys Name

The Black Dragon Tong // In Her Majesty's Name

There is plenty to get you started in In Her Majesty's Name over on their webstore where you can also pick up the rulebook and a selection of terrain which would be suitable to the setting. I love that we have some very typical "Sherlock Holmes" characters in the mix and then those who are a little more crackpot!

The Society Of Thule - In Her Majestys Name

The Society Of Thule // In Her Majesty's Name

Who wouldn't want to command a set of Tod-truppen Zombies under the watchful eye of the Prussian military? I have shown off just three of the Adventuring Company sets here but there are seven in total, all of which takes things in a very different direction.

Are you tempted to dive in and pick these up?

"Who wouldn't want to command a set of Tod-truppen Zombies under the watchful eye of the Prussian military?"

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