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Community Spotlight: Judge Dredd, The US In Vietnam & Cadia Stands!

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In this week's Community Spotlight, we have a look at someone enforcing the law, some soldiers battling in a sweltering jungle and a band of soldiers fighting in the grimdark future.

Cult Of Games XLBS: Wargaming Stalingrad – Bringing An Epic World War II Project To Life

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Join us for a new episode of Cult Of Games XLBS! In this episode, we have a guest Michael, also known as  (intelligentmistertoad) on the site, who joins us to talk about his immense project that explores wargaming in Stalingrad during World War II. 

Gringo 40’s Bulk Up Their MACV-SOG Range For 28mm Vietnam

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Gringo 40's has been showing off some new 28mm metal releases for their pretty darn expansive Vietnam War range. Some of the newest miniatures they have released are focused around building up their MACV-SOG collection. 

Rubicon Expand Their Vietnam War Range With ANZAC Soldiers

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Rubicon Models' 1/56th Scale Vietnam War range is going to be getting updated in the near future with even more troops finding their way deep into the jungle. The latest focus has been shifted towards the ANZACs and a new selection of Infantry and Command figures. 

Content Creator Interview: James “Oriskany” Johnson

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In this Content Creator Interview, we get a quick chat with James "Oriskany" Johnson who helms the Sitrep Podcast and has been designing games and scenarios for a range of wargames for years.

The Leagues Of Votann Revealed! GW Hit The Jackpot With Warhammer 40K’s New Faction? #OTTWeekender

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It's OTT Weekender time! The Leagues Of Votann have been revealed! Has Games Workshop hit the jackpot with Warhammer 40K's newest faction?

Empress Bolster Their Vietnam ANZACs With More SASR Troops

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Empress Miniatures has been expanding their ANZAC range for the Vietnam War with a new selection of SASR Troops. Two new packs have been made available offering up a chance to add some new soldiers into the mix when trudging through the jungle. 

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