Welcome to the New Year, everyone. I'm back from my bit of vacation and there's definitely some news to catch up on. Starting out, Mantic has a bunch of blog posts about their various games and what w
Anchors aweigh! The new Elf fleet has hit the waves in Armada. You can pick up their new starter fleet, as well as extra ships and a flier now over at your LGS or online in the Mantic webshop.
The newest fleet to hit the waves, the Elves bring new special rules and abilities to the game of Armada. But how does one build a force of them and what can opponents expect to see from their pointy-
Normally associated with the forests, the Elves are hitting the waves in Armada. Mantic has started taking pre-orders for this new fleet. You can get a starter, a supplement, a big ship, and a flier a
The latest faction for Armada is weighing anchor and prepping their sails to hit the high seas. They're the Twilight Kin. These dark, twisted elves are masters of stealth, not the easiest thing to do
There's dark sails on the horizon. A new fleet is charting a course directly for the middle of Armada. They're the Twilight Kin, a set of dark, twisted elves. We get a look at them in this preview.
Sure, the ships are the main focus of Armada, but there's a secondary blue ocean up in the sky that is also seeing combat. Fliers have taken to the skies and they're going to change up how the game wo
Armada, Mantic's high-seas fantasy miniatures game, is getting itself a new supplement that will add several new dynamics to the game. Seas Aflame brings in Magic as well as Fliers to the naval advent
Mantic's Get Back Gaming initiative is designed to get players... well... back gaming. They're going to do that via events both in-person and online. One game they're featuring as part of the initiati
Out at sea, size matters. And the fleets of Armada are getting themselves some massive reinforcements. Mantic has started taking pre-orders for a new, huge class of ship that'll be setting sail soon.
The seas are sometimes referred to as a watery desert. Well, with the Empire of Dust, they're perfectly at home in the desert, so it should be just fine for them. They're the new faction hitting the w
Still stuck at home? Still can't go out and game with friends? Still aching for getting some gaming on? I know I am. Thankfully, companies have solo variants for many of their games. And Mantic is add
Many associate dwarves with mountains and deep caverns. But they're just as at home on the high seas as proof by the Dwarf Fleet for Armada from Mantic Games. You can head over and pre-order the new s
Armada is Mantic's new fantasy naval combat game. But how do these ships go together? If you've been looking at your bits, wondering, you're in luck. Mantic's posted up both assembly guide photos and
Yarr arr yarr! I loddie the hotpants! Out on the high seas, it's not just cannonades at a dozen yards. Sometimes, you just gotta jump onboard an enemy ship and take them out man-to-man. In this previe
The 2-player starter set for Armada is sold out online. But, what if you want to still get a bundle deal when getting into the game? Well, you're in luck, as Mantic has created bundles for both the Ba
Armada is the fantasy naval combat game coming from Mantic Games. They've been posting up various previews and other articles about the game. Feel like you might've missed one? Want to know even more
I mean, Armada is a combat game. I suppose you could just ram into one-another, but these ships all have powerful armaments on board. And when it's time to open up a cannonade, you'll want to know how
The whole reason to have sailing vessels is so you can travel all across the waves. Movement is their entire purpose. So, of course, they're going to be cruising all over in Armada, Mantic's upcoming
While ships might just randomly stumble across one-another out in the briny deep, it's more likely that each crew is on a particular mission. And that's represented in Armada by the game's scenarios.
Armada is the upcoming fantasy naval combat game from Mantic Games. We've gotten a look at some of the ships from the various factions, but how do you put take those ships and turn them into a fleet?
You might usually expect to find dwarves deep in their mines underneath the great mountain ranges of the world. But while that's a fairly natural habitat for them, they're also capable of heading out
You might not think that you'd have to deal with a lot of dust while out on the high seas. But if you come across an Empire of Dust fleet, that might not be the case. They're the next faction for Arma
Look at that ship. It's got two giant fists on the front that spin around and whap other ships. Just looking at it, you know that's pretty much gotta be an Orc ship. And it is. That's the next fleet w