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Another Battle Report for Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age, with Prince Roderick and Urzag facing off against one another with 1300 point armies!Continue Reading
It was supposed to be a routine patrol of the border of his Father’s kingdom, but when the neighbouring lands are filled with savage goblins you have to expect the unexpected. Still, Prince Roderick had been hoping that today would pass without any noteworthy events…Continue Reading
As a wargame-designer, I’m best known for Frostgrave, a game that thrives on chaos and unpredictability. That game uses randomness to help create a cinematic quality that gives Frostgrave a lot of its unique feel. When I set out to create Oathmark, I knew I would have to approach the system completely differently...Continue Reading
Last week, we headed up to Nottingham to meet up with Wargames Illustrated at North Star Military Figures HQ! On the blog today, you'll find a narrative battle report for the game we played, with more articles about the game coming in the May issue of Wargames Illustrated (available April 2020). Be sure to keep an eye out for that one!Continue Reading
While Oathmark is a game of armies, with most of the soldiers arranged in big, blocky units, it wouldn’t be a fantasy game if there wasn’t room for characters and monsters...Continue Reading

Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age - Army Planner

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We know that many of you are in the process of putting together your armies for Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age, so to help you out we have put together the Oathmark Army Planner, a form-fillable PDF that you can use to see the points costs of different units and create an initial army plan.Continue Reading
We’ve seen a few people asking on the Oathmark Players Page about how many figures you’re going to need for your Oathmark army, so we thought we’d help you out with this little visual aid.Continue Reading

The Art of Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age

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Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age is a mass-battle fantasy game designed by Joseph A. McCullough, publishing on April 30 2020. The rulebook is filled with fantastic artwork from three talented artists; Ralph Horsley, Jan Pospíšil, and Mark Stacey. Their artwork helps to bring the fantasy world to life, and should provide you with some great inspiration when it comes to creating your armies. Continue Reading
Joseph A. McCullough talks about activation in his latest designer blog for Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age!Continue Reading
Following on from the previous blog about Kingdom Creation in Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age, today we have an extract from the book delving a little deeper into the options available to you as you create your Kingdom.Continue Reading

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