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Many of you have got your hands on either a physical or digital copy of Joseph A. McCullough’s Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age, but are you ready for battle? Are your troops painted and ranked up? Is your army list complete? Do you have your scenery prepared?Continue Reading
As you prepare to play Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age, you may be wondering what you need to play the game. Here's an extract from the book looking at what is required in a little more detail.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
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
Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age author Joseph A. McCullough is back on the blog to talk about Kingdom creation in his upcoming mass-battle fantasy wargame!Continue Reading
Having given us a look at his Oathmark design goals, author Joseph A. McCullough is back on the blog to look at combat in his upcoming mass-battle fantasy wargame.Continue Reading

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