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With the first supplement for Dracula's America: Shadows of the West coming out later this month, some of you may be wondering whether it's time to bring the Weird West to your tabletop. This playthrough video will give you a great introduction to how the game works, with Ash from Guerilla Miniature Games taking control of the Red Hand Coven and Owen from Gaming with the Cooler leading the Crossroads Cult...Continue Reading

Radar and Aces

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Today on the blog, Mark Lardas returns, with an anecdote about a Marine Corps fighter ace who helped piece together the story of Rabaul...Continue Reading

Kobolds and Cobblestones - A Wargame with a Twist!

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Rob Burman, author of Kobolds and Cobblestones, delves into the design process behind the upcoming fantasy skirmish game with a new blog series, starting with a look at the card-based mechanics...Continue Reading
Peer Sylvester, designer of The King is Dead, Let Them Eat Cake and The Lost Expedition, gives us a fascinating insight into how he goes about designing games...Continue Reading
Hunting Grounds is the first expansion for Dracula’s America: Shadows of the West, and introduces a host of extras for your existing Posses. Alongside these additional items and Arcane Powers is a new Narrative Campaign, special rules allowing players to take the battle into the Hunting Grounds, and two new factions, but what do these new Posses bring to the tabletop?Continue Reading

Film 2018

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What military history films should you see this year?Continue Reading
New year, new book vote...Continue Reading

Sneak Peek at March's Artwork

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As we near 2018, let's take a look into what's to come with our March artwork reveal!Continue Reading

Merry Christmas, everyone!

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Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas 2017!Continue Reading
Unfamiliar with the First Carlist War? Want to know more about our newest Men-at-Arms book? Today on the blog we speak with author of MAA 515: Armies of the First Carlist War 1833-39, Gabriele Esposito, about his newest book. Continue Reading

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