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The Medieval Knight

In Military History, Featured
On the blog today, Christopher Gravett, author of the beautifully illustrated 'The Medieval Knight', shares how his fascination for this period came about and gives a brief overview of the book.Continue Reading

SPIEL Day 3 - The King is Dead: Second Edition

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The King is dead. The kingdom is divided. Three factions - the Scottish, the Welsh, and the English - vie for control and, across the sea, foreign invaders prepare to take advantage of the chaos. Players must marshal their limited resources to influence this power struggle, while ensuring that the faction that rises to dominate the realm favours them above all other claimants to the throne.Continue Reading

Asymmetry in The King is Dead: Second Edition

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The King is Dead: Second Edition brings back the critically-acclaimed game by Peer Sylvester, revamping the classic with new artwork by Benoit Billion, and new advanced rules that introduce asymmetric cards to the game. On the blog today we have Anthony Howgego from the Osprey Games team, who worked with Peer to develop the new edition of The King is Dead.Continue Reading

Osprey Games Team - Hobby Update (20/06/2020)

In Osprey Games
After a brief hiatus, the Osprey Games hobby update is back. Lets see what the team have been up to recently!Continue Reading

The Medieval Longsword

In Military History, Featured
The formidable European longsword remains one of the most impressive and distinctive edged weapons of the late medieval era. The longsword evolved from the war swords and great swords of the 14th century, and emerged as a battlefield weapon in the early stages of the Hundred Years' War. It went on to become a key weapon on the battlefields of late medieval Europe, creating a new system of sword fighting. On the blog today, author Neil Grant explores how his upcoming Weapon title, 'The Medieval Longsword', came to be.Continue Reading

July Book Vote

In Military History, Featured
With the relaunch of the Fortress series later this month we thought it made sense to make that series the focus of our book vote...Continue Reading

5 Weapons for the Medieval Peasant

In Military History, Featured
So, you’re revolting. By which I mean you, the medieval peasant, are in revolt. Time to choose your weapon...Continue Reading

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