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Unboxing: Warlord Games Mystery Box

Warlord Games has launched a mystery box packed with items from their various games.

Retailing for $72, the box contains a minimum of $136 worth of items.

What’s inside one of the boxes and does it live up to promises? Find out!

A second Mystery Box is on sale now! Get them before they sell out!

Items (prices are from the Warlord website and second number Miniature Market):

  • Bolt Action German Army Dice Bag & Dice – $16 ($36.99)
  • Warlord Laser Pointer & Laser Line – $16 ($13.99)
  • Japanese A6MX ‘Zero-Sen’ 6 Plane Squadron – $40 ($34)
  • Cruel Seas: Soviet Bronekater pr.1125 with Katyusha – $24 ($21.99)
  • Cruel Seas Rulebook – $32 ($27.99)
  • Bolt Action Campaign Gigant Operation Sea Lion: The Second Front x2 – $20.75 ($17.99) each
  • Terminator Genisys Sprues (x2) – ?
  • Bolt Action British Infantry Sprue – ?

Total: $169.50 ($170.94)

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Airfix Presents Blood Red Skies. Airfix and Warlord Games Come Together for a New Box Set

Warlord Games has released the Airfix Presents: Blood Red Skies Battle of Britain box set. This is the first model kit builds box set for the game and a new collaboration between Warlord Games and Airfix.

The box except mixes the Blood Red Skies gameplay with the 1:72 aircraft of Airfix.

The box set comes complete with everything you need to get playing the game and four aircraft: two Supermarine Spitfire Mk IIs and two Messerschmitt Bf109-Es, in 1:72 scale.

The box set is available for order now and retails for $80.

Airfix Presents: Blood Red Skies Battle of Britain

Blood Red Skies Gets New Squadrons and Aces

Warlord Games has lifted the veil of their new releases for Blood Red Skies. Check out what you can pre-order now.

Hawker Hurricane Squadron

Responsible for the majority of the Axis losses in the sky, the Hurricane became an iconic fighter paving the way for the Allies’ victory.

Douglas Bader (Hurricane Ace)

One of the best and brightest, Douglas Bader proved to be a very deadly opponent in the sky.

Witold Urbanowicz (Hurricane Ace)

After the fall of Poland, Hurricane ace Witold Urbanowicz did everything he could to avenge his homeland.

No. 242 Squadron RAF

Douglas Bader leads 242 Squadron directly into the heart of the enemy.

No. 303 Squadron RAF

Witold Urbanowicz commands ‘A’ flight No. 303 Squadron in the defence of Britain.

De Havilland Mosquito Squadron

The Mosquito could take one hell of a beating and dish it right back out!

‘Pick’ Pickard (Mosquito Ace)

RAF Ace for the Mosquito, ‘Pick’ Pickard inspires his squadrons to perfect their skills.

Johnnie Johnson (Spitfire Ace)

Flying the iconic Spitfire, Johnnie Johnson really set himself apart from the other elite pilots in the RAF.

140 Wing RAF (Operation Jericho)

‘Pick’ Pickard leads his squadron of Mosquitos and is ready to take down anything in his way.

F4F Wildcat squadron

Rule the skies over the seas with the new F4F Wildcat!

US Ace – Joseph J Foss

Rule the skies over Guadalcanal with your Wildcat squadron led by Ace pilot, Joesph J Foss!

It’s going to be an Ace weekend with all these Osprey books covering Mosquito, Hurricane and Spitfire Aces!

Mosquito Aces of World War 2

Soviet Hurricane Aces of World War 2

Hurricane Aces 1939-40

Spitfire Mark I/II Aces 1939-41

Hurricane Aces 1941-45