Para Bellum Wargames, the developer and publisher of the fantasy Regimental Miniature Wargame Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings and Skirmish system Conquest: First Blood, turned its attention to the Nords faction and revealed not one, not two but three new releases. Among them, the dreaded but imposing Ice Jotnar, specially sculpted for Conquest by renowned sculptor Michael Kontraros.
The new releases will see a whole new character becoming available to Nords players, bringing a new Supremacy Ability and allowing new Restricted units to be fielded. Coming in August to your FLGS, the Konungyr proves that the fragmented leadership of the Nords respects only one thing: power and strength. Only they can command enough respect to field an Ice Jotun, for the Ice Jotnar are the nobility of their kind and most powerful among the giants. Joining their Konungyr in September, this Monster is gifted with the power of storm and ice, their combat prowess going far beyond the swinging of their massive weapon or even the unforgiving cold their mere presence emanates. As if summoned to tell the tales such powerful new additions promise, the Command Upgrade model of the Skald completes the trio of Nords releases, and all Nord warriors, from the mightiest Jarl to the youngest raider, will fight like lions beneath his gaze, hoping to be immortalized in song.
Released in August (Skald and Konungyr) and September (Ice Jotnar), the end of the summer will bring warmth to the hearts of Nord Warlords everywhere… and terror to their enemies.
Knight Models has revealed Batman: Escape From Arkham Asylum. Coming to Kickstarter in the Fall, the game is for 1 to 5 players.
In the game, you play as the villains and have to fight Batman as you attempt to get out of Arkham Asylum.
There are seven main characters, Poison Ivy, Bane, Scarecrow, Two-Face, Penguin, Harley Quinn, and the Joker. There’s “hundreds” more characters being worked on along with “skins” for characters. The intention is to create the “biggest” Batman game on Kickstarter ever. And that means expansions!
As the project has months to go before its launch, Knight Models is also looking for feedback as to what gamers want to see.
We’ll have more as soon as Knight Models releases more information.
Knight Models has begun to tease its July releases and the first revealed for the Batman Miniature Game is Punchline!
The relatively new character for comics debuted during the recent “Joker War” storyline as the Joker’s new sidekick. Since then, she’s played an important role in the Batman comics as her trial for her involvement with the Joker begins!
Each month Warlord releases a new Supply Drop Box tailored to meet a monthly theme. The theme for this supply box is focused on Judge Dredd. Within, you’ll find a fantastic bundle of miniatures that will form the basis of a brand new army or game! There’s only 300 in stock so get…
Each Supply Drop Box will have the same contents so no need to get multiples (unless you really want to). We don’t know what will be inside the box but have enjoyed the two we’ve received so far.
Para Bellum Wargames, the developer and publisher of the fantasy Regimental Miniature Wargame Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings and Skirmish system Conquest: First Blood, published rules for Campaign play! The new book, Conquest Campaigns: Chronicles and Legends, introduces rules for linking games into Campaigns. The “Chronicles” system provides the ground and rules for players and their “Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings” groups to design, play and resolve an entire campaign that they can play with their factions, expanding meaning of “wargame” to beyond single battles between two armies. “Legends”, on the other hand, is designed to walk hand in hand with both the First Blood and the Last Argument of Kings games, allowing characters to be forged into heroes and their most trusted and accomplished units to be elevated into myth.
Conquest Campaigns: Chronicles and Legends features over ninety pages of original lore and art, examples of narrative campaigns, and expandind on lore that drove the factions into war. It also explores, for the first time, the W’adrhŭn, the fifth released faction of Conquest, as well as the dreaded undead of the Old Dominion, the decadent majesty of the City States and the mysterious Weavers. It also reveals the unknown truths of the Orders’ origin and the violent Exile Campaign of the Dweghom during the final days of the Age of Worship, providing ample inspiration for players to forge their own campaigns and stories in the world of Conquest!
The premium soft cover guide of Conquest Campaigns – Chronicles and Legends – with 136 full size pages complete with beautiful illustrations – is available now at FLGS and online at our EShop for $€29 MSRP!
Coming September 2021, it looks like things are about to get strange and magical for Atomic Mass Games‘ Marvel: Crisis Protocol.
A new video has given us a look at a whole new range of figures that’s heavily focused on the magic users of the Marvel Universe. Included in the wave are:
And it all comes together with a new scenery kit in Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum. That scenery piece is a popular one with 3D printers with versions already released by fans.
This is the second Doctor Strange to be released for the game, only the third character to see a dual release. This one sports a completely different look than the previous release which also featured Wong.
Orks are getting an update and to kick off the new Waagh is the Beast Snagga Orks boxed set. The set allows you to start your own Beast Snagga Waaagh! or add them to your existing Ork army.
The set is packed with miniatures as well as an exclusive version of the Ork Codex and a set of Ork datacards and a transfer sheet.
The miniatures include:
Zodgrodd Wartsnagga – the legendary Runtherder
Nob on Smasha Squig – oos the big bad boss to lead da new cavalry?
Squighog Boyz – cavalry are back!
Bomb Squig – a classic returns
20 Beast Snagga Boyz – the core of an Ork army
Black Library has to releases for pre-order as well!
Warcry Catacombs: Blood of the Everchosen by Richard Strachan takes readers into the vaults beneath the Eightpoints. Untamed Beasts, Scions of the Flame, and Splintered Fang fight for their very survival.
Storm of Iron by Graham McNeill is a rerelease in a special hardback and includes two additional short stories. Limited to 1250 copies, it features a full art page, colored page edges, a ribbon bookmark, and is signed by McNeill!
At the end of their preview, Games Workshop teased an update for the Black Templars for the latest edition of Warhammer 40K! Someone has made a vow to wipe out the Orks. Will we see them as a main force in the second book for Warzone: Octarius?
The Orks are coming for Warhammer 40,000 and they’re getting a hell of an update that’s a bit of a throwback to their 2nd and 3rd edition days and twist on the Snakebites Clan. As been teased for some time, A new Ork tribe, Beast Snaggas, is coming relying heavily on Squigs including ones to ride and massive ones that are the size of war machines. Also teased are new Defkoptas which haven’t had an update since “Black Reach”.
Shown off is a new Ork Kill Rig, a massive miniature that features a giant Squig pulling a warmachine and packed with weapons. Think a massive battlewagon but pulled by a Squig. The first option for it features a Wurrboy in a tower and a second option features a massive harpoon. It’s also a transport and solid in close combat!
The new Beastboss is the warboss equivalent for the Beast Snagga Orks. The power klaw has a bit of a more bone styling about it and the miniature features a small squig on its shoulder to shoot.
Mozrog Skargbad is the rider of Chompa the Great White Squig. He’s the biggest, baddest, Beastboss and named character for the army. Also revealed is a Beastboos on Squigosaur which can also be made from the same kit.
New Ork Boyz has been revealed that look like a nice update to the classic Boyz which hasn’t had an update for a long time. They have a similar aesthetic to the classic figures and should match the current range well.
New Deffkoptas are coming! A new multipart kit is coming updating a kit that hasn’t been updated since “Black Reach”. The figures look like they’d fit in well with those older models.
A new terrain piece is coming, a Big’ed Bossbunka. It’s a command center for the army leader and allows them to shout their commands to the army. There’s also a massive amount of shootas bolted on.
The Beast Snagga launch box will be available on July 17 so you don’t need to wait too long to get some of the new models including a new codex!