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5 years ago Posted in: Malifaux, News 0

One of the guys from Red Steel (Preston) has posted some pictures of his Malifaux crew over on the Wyrd-games forum. These are some really nice models. About half way down the page you can see some of our Victorian street base inserts to give you an idea of what they look like in use. [...]

5 years ago Posted in: Featured, News 0
Victorian Street base inserts

Victorian Street base inserts. Ok then we have something new for you today. A few weeks ago we were introduced to a new gaming system. Well new to some of us, it turned out Pete already had a copy of the rules and a ‘crew’ since it was released. This new game was ‘Malifaux’ and [...]

5 years, 1 month ago Posted in: News 0

Ok then, so it was a big day for us on Saturday. Worthy Painting has expanded with the opening of Worthy Gaming, this is their retail outlet at their offices in the centre of Preston (UK). So what has this got to do with us? Well the simple answer to that is that Worthy Gaming [...]

5 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Featured, News 0
Blood Angel flying bases

Ok here we are with another update. Following on from our Storm Boy bases we have now expanded our range with a set of flying bases designed to fit the single engine Blood Angel jump packs. Now your decent of angels can be accomplished on plums of cleansing fire. These are available now in the [...]

5 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Gallery 0
Sanguinary Guard flying base
5 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Gallery 0
Sanguinary Guard flying base
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Death Company flying base
5 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Gallery 0
Death Company flying base
5 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Gallery 0
Death Company  flying base
5 years, 2 months ago Posted in: News 0

Based on feed back from our regular Flames of War gamers we have made a set of 2” smoke markers for you. Now when your tanks ‘pop smoke’ you can clearly show this on the table top. These markers are similar to our ‘damage/smoke’ markers but are much larger so that you can hide behind them. No more using spare dice, pieces of paper or bits of cotton wool, you [...]