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We got our first game of Ragnarok in this week, it seemed to go quite well, there are quite a few rules we still need to read up on, but it was quite good fun. In the last few weeks we have been doing a bit of Game Of Thrones, tried Warcry for the first time and now had a go at Ragnarok. There are too many good new games around at the moment. Anyway, in this first clash of Ragnarok, the two sides consisted of most of the model profiles listed in the rules, so we got to see the differences between the majority of them. After the first game we decided that less than 10 models per side may be better and that shields are probably a good idea. We also need some counters to represent various game effects, I can feel some new laser cut designs coming along. Models typically have two actions each, combat is a 2D6 roll using a melee skill versus defence, there is then a 2D6 roll to wound of strength versus armour. Pretty straight foward stuff, but there are interupt options available in melee where the model being ch
The rest of my Ragnarok warband is a varied bunch. I think this first one is a Reaper model, but I could be wrong. It has been up in the Loft Full Of Lead for many years and I really don’t remember where it came from. Nice model though. The next one was another from the Harbinger magazine many years ago. I think I need to lighten up some of the face, as blown up to this size, it looks like she has a moustache! Finally, some sensible looking models! To be followed by another all out fantasy model with wiked axe and plenty of armoured bits.
I bought this Thor type model some time ago just because I like it and wanted to paint it in Thor comic colours, hence the yellow boots! He will now be the leader for my Ragnarok warband. This second burly chap I think was a freebie model on an old Harbinger magazine. First game of Ragnarok on Thursday, so need to read the rules quick.
I have the Ragnarok warband finished and ready for the first game this week. This first set of figures are all old Confrontation models that I have almost forgotten about and were buried in the Loft Full Of Lead. I think it was Mr Steinberg who reminded me that I had them! This model with the banner will be used as a Gothi War Priest I think. There is not a lot of armour on these young ladies so not sure how long they will last I went for a bit of blue warpaint on the faces as it seemed appropriate. Now I just need to read the rules some more.
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today we’re taking a look at Osprey’s new Fantasy Viking Warband game RAGNAROK, by Tim Korklewski. AVAILABLE NOW HERE: https://ospreypublishing.com/ragnarok
Ragnarok 59 is now at the printers. If you want a printed copy then you need to join the SFSFW now!Issue 59 contains:Aftermath - Fantasy Battle scenarioBurning Down The House - Dirtside II scenarioThe Drake Incident - Star Trek battleMessing About On T...