All year long we have been promoting our new web-site by giving away large numbers of our limited edition Freebie Miniatures.
So far we have included the minis from our Skirmish type periods; Ultra-Moderns, Vietnam and World War Two, where we have large numbers of minis to offer in proportion to the packs we have available, unfortunately this is less so with our more Army based periods, The Renaissance and the Medieval Asian.
Bloody Kingdom is a set of wargames rules designed for the Civil Wars of Britain, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Bloody Kingdom uses the same game mechanics as Father Tilly - although with several important differences.
Players can fight battles at two different scales, either large battles with numerous regiments per side or smaller lower scale engagements where each unit represents a company rather than a regiment.
I'm pleased to say that we are now back to working completely normally with our mail order service.
There had been delays over the lasts few weeks, due mainly to an increase in volume of orders; October was a record Sales month for us, and an increase in workload negotiating around the UK Postal Service Workers industrial action.
For the first time in what seems like a very long time , i delighted to say that I've updated our websites Gallery pages.
Three new units for you to look at from three different painters; firstly a small unit of Cossacks painted by Orctrader for use as 18th or 19th century troopers, secondly a unit of German Carabins, mounted arquebusiers of the Thirty Years War, painted for his own collection by Mr Robin Shackleton, finally the first of our Spanish Century miniatures that i have had painted by Mr Mark Taylor of Redline painting services.