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6 Films for Rebels and Patriots Players!

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Rebels and Patriots, written by Michael Leck and Daniel Mersey, has captured many of your imaginations and seen you take to the tabletop to refight the battles that helped to forge the United States of America. There are countless tales of great battles that we've read about in history books, seen on television shows and documentaries, and, of course, watched on the big screen! We’ve taken a look at some of the films that could inspire you in your games of Rebels and Patriots, turning to our resident film-buff Phil Smith for his expert advice!Continue Reading

ANNOUNCEMENT: UNDAUNTED: NORMANDY

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We are delighted to announce that in August 2019 we will be releasing Undaunted: Normandy, a two-player deck-building strategy game designed by David Thompson and Trevor Benjamin, with illustrations by Roland MacDonald.Continue Reading
Air Campaign is our series of choice for March's Book Vote. From aviation before the Wright Brothers to Russia's recent campaigns, this month's vote covers the breadth of aviation history. Read more about the full list of options below and cast your vote by clicking the link included!Continue Reading

Wildlands: Painting the Adventuring Party Cleric

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The advance copies of Wildlands: The Adventuring Party landed at Osprey Games HQ recently, and we couldn't help but open up a copy. There are 4 miniatures in the expansion, so we decided to divvy them up among the Games team and showcase our artistic ability. First up we have the miniature from Phil Smith, aka The Chief, who threw the rest of us to one side to ensure he got his hands on the cleric!Continue Reading

Myth-busting: Viking Weapons

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Today on the blog, we’re looking at Gareth Williams’s new book Weapons of the Viking Warrior, which explores the development, use and impact of the weapons used by Vikings. We’ll be assessing a couple of potential myths about the Vikings...Continue Reading
Frostgrave: The Wizards' Conclave is the latest supplement to the best-selling fantasy wargame by Joseph A. McCullough, bringing a host of wargames designers to the frozen ruins of Felstad. Today we hear from Joel Eddy, host of Drive Thru Games and a great fan of Frostgrave who contributed a scenario to the book!Continue Reading
We're delighted to announce that Osprey Publishing has partnered with Geek Nation Tours to bring you a series of incredible experiences, with a tour of Feudal Japan and the Battlefields of Sekigahara in 2019, and two tours scheduled for 2020: a trip to Rome to delve into the history of the Gladiators, and a Frostgrave-themed tour of Estonia. Continue Reading

Geek Nation Tours - Frostgrave Immersion Tour

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We're delighted to announce that Osprey Publishing has partnered with Geek Nation Tours to bring you a series of incredible experiences, with a tour of Feudal Japan and the Battlefields of Sekigahara in 2019 and two tours scheduled for 2020 - a Frostgrave-themed tour of Estonia and a trip to Rome to delve into the history of the Gladiators. Below you will find some details about Geek Nation Tours and the Frostgrave Immersion 101 Tour, with a link at the bottom to give you more details!Continue Reading

On Blackbeard’s Trail

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Angus Konstam, the author of The Pirate World, has spent half a lifetime researching the life and times of Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard. Here he explains why this new book gave him the chance to bring this infamous pirate’s story bang up to date.Continue Reading
Frostgrave: The Wizards' Conclave is the latest supplement to the best-selling fantasy wargame by Joseph A. McCullough, bringing a host of talented wargames designers to the frozen ruins of Felstad. On the blog today we have one such designer - Ash Barker - talking about the mini-campaign he wrote for the book.Continue Reading

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