A closer look at Saxon Miniatures’ 28mm Arthurians Arthurian wargaming is still going strong. It’s been a popular era amongst wargamers for some time, but lately it’s been getting extra attention due to the popular Dux Britanniarum wargame by Too… Continue Reading
When trawling the internet for minis, once in a while you’ll stumble upon a little gem. For example: you sometimes find a company producing minis of exceptional quality for a decent price. Drabant Miniatures is such a company! Operating out… Continue Reading
Who likes the image of charging knights? Sure, everybody does! In this article I will do a Lion Rampant rules review. Lion Rampant is a rule set for medieval skirmishes by Daniel Mersey, published by Osprey in September 2014.
After we had a look at the Ronin rules and available miniatures I thought it was time to have a look at some terrain! And if today the talk is about terrain it’s hard to get around MDF/HDF.
When I got into wargaming feudal Japan curiosity got the... Read More | Share it now!
Disclaimer: Knight Models graciously provided us with a copy of the new rules. Thank you so much, Celso, Gustavo and Knight Models for your hard work in bringing us this book!
It’s been a long wait, but finally the postman brought a long awaited... Read More | Share it now!
One of the best perks of playing a historical wargame is the amount of choice you get when it comes to picking models. Almost every period has a couple of companies backing it. This usually means you get great value for money.
For the SAGA periods... Read More | Share it now!