Not to be outdone by the British, our Neo-Soviets get some new heavy weapon teams in 15mm as well. Like the Brits there are two sets, but with different weapons. The first team has a tripod mounted heavy tribarrel weapon, while the other has an automatic grenade launcher. Both come in packs of two weapons […]
We will have some more options available for our 1/1000th scale Modular Castles at Salute. We’ve made versions of all of the tower options (round, octagonal and square) with pointed roofs, which are commonplace in European castles. All three types come in packs of four, and when they reach the website you’ll be able to […]
Our Spanish Aeronef models, released two Salutes ago in 2017, have been very popular so far. Although a fairly well-rounded fleet, they’ve been missing one class of ship, namely an aircraft carrier. I previewed a CGI design a little while back and at Salute this year the physical model will make its appearance. The Príncipe […]
Our range of 15mm British sci-fi figures already has several tripod mounted crewed weapon options available. However, we also have a second set of prone crewman figures (unreleased to this point) for which there were no weapon models. So we’ve made some new guns for them and added them to our Salute line-up. The first […]
Salute is the largest show on the UK gaming calendar – this year it’s a little earlier than usual, April 6th, at the now established venue in London’s ExCel centre. Once again Brigade will be in attendance, and you can find us on stand TE16). As always we try to bring a number of new […]
Keeping the fleet fully supplied with fuel and vittles is the job of this massive beast, the Fort Linton class Replenishment Ship. Part of our ever expanding range of British spaceships, this resin and metal kit is 110mm long with separate fuel and cargo pods the fit underneath the main hull. The Fort Linton will […]
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I sit down with Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to flip-through and check out the new Allegiance Traits, Artefacts, and units in the upcoming Chaos Battletome: Blades of Khorne for Age of Sigmar.
Next on the Salute list for this year are some additions to our 15mm Moonbase range (well, we say range, until now it’s only been a single model !). There are three new models – two hemispherical buildings, a storage dome and a habitable utility dome, and a pair of oxygen (or any other gas/liquid) […]
Everyone refers to Agathon as "it," so we'll not assume its anything here othe rthan to say that it is a Master among the Infernals. Like the other Infernal masters, Agathon sits on a large base, making it an easy target aside from the fact that it likes to summon horrors every turn.In the latest update, they gave it Dark Mysteries. If you kill a Marked Soul (one of the ubiquitous cultists, perhaps) in its considerable 18" control area, Agathon gets to cast a spell for free. To me that means that it will like having Cultists on the table. Like, a lot of Cultists. Like, enough Cultists that you have to kill one if you can.The spells Agathon can cast are a strange swiss army knife of abilities. It can can cast Censure, a form of dispel that can be countered by taking damage. Curse of shadows as an armor debuff. Nuke from 12" with Dark Fire. Control with Dark Seduction. Nuke with Hellmouth.Agathon can cast Teleport out of activation.They seem to have taken Hellbound away from Agathon, though, so now casting a Da
Salute 2019 is approaching quickly – it’s earlier than usual, April 6th, so is just over three weeks away. As always we’ll have a raft of new releases, and today is the day we start previewing them. First on the list is this splendid example of Italianate aerial architecture – its full title is the […]
Check out the flipthrough and Review of the Shadowspear boxed set here! I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler as we throw down with the upcoming Warhammer 40k Starter Set from Games Workshop.
We now have a date for the Empire of the Apes release: June.So we all know what I'll be doing in June. That's right. Going ape...stuff. Paintin apes and takin names.I have no clue if it will be effective, but I'll be playing Apes and Dinos and Robots and Ninjas and and......this game is ridiculous. I'm so glad Monsterpocalypse went the way of being a hobby game.I mean, those unit apes are using field artillery as rifles! How sweet is that! My Trollbloods should ever be so quirkyConsider me distracted in part by this upcoming release and still I don't know what to prep or bring to Adepticon. .
It's been a long week, so I'm just going to photodump (i.e. steal and share) all the concept art from the Infernals CID. I have yet to sit down and really look at what they can do, mostly because there was a large hullaboo over one of the theme forces (maybe more on that tomorrow). Future topics include: OMFG Agathon looks amazing and playing him will probably get me killed, Omodamos is Much the Same as Agathon, crab dudes are amazeballs.
Doug Hamilton, digital sculptor for Privateer Press, called dibs on sculpting the heavy monsters for Warmachine's upcoming Infernal faction, and he talked about it on youtube.Ignore the size differences between these two pictures. They are the same sized model, just two variants. I just suck at taking screen caps. The difference in size is probably attributable to me selecting a larger box for the ranged heavy on the bottom.One thing is for sure. Some friends were calling these models Convergence + Legion, but it's pretty clear to me that they are their own thing. Legion warbeasts have more plating, honestly, and this thing if it looks anything like Legion might take some style decisions from Incubi in that it appears to be literally bursting out of its own skin.And any four legged upright torso monster will resemble some of the Convergence heavies in that it will have four legs (duh) and also have thin llower body supporting an exaggerated upper body (standard style heavy warbeast/warjack) .I do want to pain
Video on TwitchInfernals background - Humanity traded future souls for the ability to use magic long ago. Infernals have come to collect. Their character revolves around using soul "essence" to fuel their armies, allowing them to summon weird "horrors" on the field of battle.Armies made of three thingsInfernalists - main cannon fodder. Humans and Cultists and such.Horrors - Infernals created out of soul stuff. BattlegroupInfernals - Infernal Masters and true Infernal infantryInfernal Masters - Warcaster/Warlock equivalent. Have spells and feats. They have Essence in place of Focus/Fury.Essence can be used to transferReplenishment is only from sacrificing Marked Souls (Infernalists)Marked Soul - Infernal HorrorsBegin with Full EssenceCan start in your battlegroupCan be summonedEssence stats are variableEssence doesn't fadeEnd of turn must spend essence or go awayFree charge/runSome solos will have abilities to top offWill not be affected by focus/fury rulesNot as resilient as warbeasts/warjacksAll inferna