New North Star Elf Characters Support Oathmark Armies

June 1, 2020 by brennon

North Star Military Figures has added a range of new miniatures into the mix for those playing the mass battle wargame, Oathmark: Battles Of A Lost Age by Osprey Games. New knife-eared Elves are banding together to conquer kingdoms.

Oathmark New Elf Characters - North Star.jpg

Check Out Oathmark - Unboxings & More

The main set of releases is a selection of new metal miniatures to complement the Light Infantry plastic set. Above you can see the new set for the Elf King, Wizard & Musician II as well as the Elf Light Infantry Champions. These give you more shadowy and stealthy options for those building themed forces.

I think these miniatures are better than the original set of characters for the Elf kingdoms. I like the poses a lot more and I think they fit the scale and proportions of the plastic models a lot better. That isn't to say I don't like the old models; they're fine, but I'd easily replace them with these, especially if I was theming a force to match a roving band of adventurers and mercenaries.

Oathmark Elf Hunt Master

For all orders made during June (over £25) from the North Star Military Figures webstore, you'll also get yourself a free Elf Hunt Master.

Oathmark Elf Hunt Master - North Star.jpg

The dogs don't come with this particular model but you can also buy them separately from their webstore. The Hunt Master makes up a small skirmishing unit for the game which can be used to rush forward and harry your enemies, threatening their exposed flanks. This is a great little model and a nice reward for those who are buying up miniatures during this current crisis.

Oathmark's Wingless Wyrms; Here Be Dragons

The Oathmark Wingless Dragon is also now available from North Star too. This monstrous beast can be dropped into your force as a terrifying foe to unleash on your enemies.

Oathmark Wingless Dragon - North Star

If you're into your Tolkien and Middle-earth mythology then these kind of dragons are going to be a good fit for your army. I love the idea of having one of these drakes mixed in with a force which draws on archetypes and choices based on Norse mythology. I think it would be a lot of fun to paint up as well, especially with those raised scales and ridged back.

What do you make of these new releases for Oathmark?

"The main set of releases is a selection of new metal miniatures to complement the Light Infantry plastic set..."