Warlord Games has a ton of games that they make. It's just a huge catalog. And it's been a while since we've heard about a few of these, but that doesn't mean they're entirely dead and gone. In fact, Warlord Games is posting up some extra, experimental, and additional rules for them. Check out experimental rules for Konflikt '47, creating an army of monsters in Warlords of Erehwon, and creating characters for yourself in Strontium Dog.
While the Korean peninsula has been taking up much of Warlord Games' releases these days, that doesn't mean that they're not working on other, older games as well. For example, they also have a new kit for Blood Red Skies as well as Cruel Seas that you can order over in their webshop now. If you're looking for some sea or sky action for your WWII games, this is up your alley.
The high seas. The waves. The salt spray. The miles of open water. The flying cannonballs. The splinters as your ship's ripped apart. The drowning as your ship goes down...
Man, that got dark really fast. But such is life in the naval forces in Black Seas, the new fleet-sized miniatures game from Warlord Games. It's armada combat in the age of sail. You can pre-order the rulebook, starter set, and several different fleets now.
The Korean War really doesn't have that many representations in gaming. There's plenty of WWII and even a few Vietnam, but Korea really doesn't have much. Warlord Games is looking to remedy that. They have some more sets for Bolt Action: Korea over in their webshop that you can order now.
No more simply walking into battle for your soldiers. There's some new vehicles available to pre-order for Bolt Action over in the Warlord Games webshop. You've got yourself the M46 Patton Heavy Tank as well as the DUKW Amphibious Truck. So, granted, one's a tank and one's a water transport, but they're still meaning your troops aren't just putting one foot in front of the other in order to get to the enemy.
Want to make your way into the gaming industry? Want to connect with fellow gamers in your local area? Want to work for one of the veteran game companies out there? Do you live in or around the Nottingham area? If you answered "Yes" to these questions, then Warlord Games might just want you to run their HQ store.
Summertime. Summertime. Sum-sum-summertime. Sure, most people are back in school and the temperatures are starting to fall here in the Northern Hemisphere, but that doesn't mean that Summer's over just yet (we still have a good 20-something days of it). Warlord Games certainly isn't done with summer, as they're Summer Celebration Sale is happening now.
Firmly entrenched in WWII are the posts from Warlord Games today. They're talking about the IJN No. 1-Class Fast Transport T6 for the Japanese Navy over in Cruel Seas. Then, for Bolt Action, they've got a couple sets of Hungarian Anti-Tank kits for you. On the land or on the sea, there's something for you to check out. Let's have a look.
Want to get into the gaming industry? Are you good at sales and creating connections with gaming store owners? Then Warlord Games might be looking for you. They're hiring a new Account Developer as well as an Account Manager in their home office in Nottingham. Do you have what it takes?
For anyone curious: I did get my cleaver like I wanted. Also picked up some other items I'd been wanting. Let's put it this way: even though I'm a staunch follower of Alton Brown and therefore, everything in my kitchen must be multi-purpose, there's still plenty of things I wouldn't mind having that going to a BB&B is actually much more dangerous for my wallet than going to Gen Con was. I didn't actually buy anything during Gen Con. But I dropped $250 at BB&B before the weekend. Anyway, even though I'm frugal like that, you should check out these new pieces of terrain and put a couple bucks towards them.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Summer Sale Happening at Pwork Wargame and Troll Trader Farm Available From Warlord Games.
Hmm, well, this is different. I'm used to having to not show figures from someone like Brother Vinni because they're NSFW, but it's been a while since I've had to do that for Warlord Games (these new Gaul Skyclad aren't their first nude figures ever). But you can pick them up, along with other Tribesmen, as well as some figures for the Numidian forces for SPQR now over in their webshop.
The Korean War is making its way to your tabletops in Bolt Action: Korea. Relive the struggle for that peninsula as more figures are released for the game, including new troops and vehicles for the North Korean army. You can pick up some of these now, while you've got a short wait for others.
The Korean War supplement for Bolt Action is Warlord Games' latest rules release. If you're looking to add some new figures to your collection, now's a good time. And since many people's knowledge of the Korean War is based on M.A.S.H., the TV show, you might recognize some of the figures.
The halflings are marching to war. Don't pat them on the head. Don't call them cute. Don't ask how the weather is down there. They're ready to cut their way through any opposing force they might find. Warlord Games is taking pre-orders for the new Halfling Warband for Warlords of Erehwon.
As usual, Warlord Games isn't good for just one release, or two, every week. They've got a whole bunch, and for a bunch of different games. There's some of the new Bolt Action: Korea line. There's new Konflikt '47 if you want some Weird War II. There's Cruel Seas if you want maritime non-Weird War II. And they round things off with Ancients in Hail Caesar.
SPQR is the upcoming historical miniatures game from Warlord Games. As one would expect with that title, it's based around ancient Rome and the various forces they fought against. And Warlord Games has started taking orders for the first forces. They're the Romans (naturally) and they have the gaul to be taking orders for Gaul. Yes, that joke was worth it. Anyway, you can get the digital rulebook and these various forces in the Warlord Games webshop now.
SPQR, the upcoming game from Warlord Games, will be the first made with their new material, Warlord Resin. But what is this new material? How will it affect the look of the models? How well does it paint up? How resilient is it? A change in material is usually a really big thing for a game, so I'm sure you're all interested to see what this new stuff is like. Thankfully, Warlord's posted up a little preview of it for you.
Definitely a couple of different eras on display here today from Warlord Games. There's some new Cruel Seas figures, letting you up-gun your fleets a bit. Then there's some Hail Caesar figures, the Achaeans, for whom, slings and javelins were pretty far ahead in the technology department, along with the early Libyan chariot figure. Let's take a closer look.
Get me a jury and show me now to say, "In July" and I'll... make cheese for you.
Yes, it's July. That means that literally half the year is over. Time goes by so quick, doesn't it? I don't know about you, but since the Solstice, I've been listening to my October playlists (mostly October Rust) because I would like Summer to go by nice and quick so we can get to my favorite season.
What does that have to do with gaming? Well, I'm typing about it and now I'm going to type about terrain. So... that?
Anyway, today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Fire Bowls and Pillars Available from Tabletop-Art, Daedalus Gaming Mat Available Separately From Micro Art Studio, New Hive City Column Available From Tabletop Scenics, and Redoubts Available From Sarissa Precision.
Warlord Games had a big release week this week. There's new Bolt Action figures for both WWII as well as the Korean War. Same goes for Blood Red Skies. And then they have some Crimean War sets for Black Powder, if you like your historical miniatures going back a little further in time. It's a lot to look at, so let's dive in.
The Korean War is sometimes called The Forgotten War since, well, it doesn't get nearly as much attention as WWII or Vietnam. And yet it was a very important war with effects very much felt today. Warlord Games is giving you a chance to bring that war to your tabletops with Bolt Action: Korea, a new supplement that lets you recreate those battles. Pre-orders will begin in just over a day.
Warlord Games has some new kits that are available on their website. You can pick up some new Riflemen for Black Powder. Then there's the Edgehill Characters or Pike & Shotte. And then, uh... there's Oxen. These can be used in just about all of Warlord Games' games.
"How much do I owe you for the ice cream?"
"Nothing! It's free!"
*Russian anthem plays*
Ok, that aside, it's time to add to your Soviet air force with a pair of new sets you can pre-order from Warlord Games for Blood Red Skies. Let's take a look.
The gaming company from Nottingham... No, the other one... the other other one... No, it's Warlord Games. They're teaming up with Mythicos Studios. This includes new offices in New York, as well as a bringing together of different game lines and expanding offerings for the tabletop.
The Japanese air force is making its way to the scene in Blood Red Skies. Warlord Games has a new Imperial Japanese Expansion Pack, as well as a pair of squadrons, available for the game. There's also a pair of Konflikt '47 releases, for those that like their WWII with a bit of Weird thrown in.