Friday, 18 February 2011

Irregular Wars updates

After two hectic months adjusting to life as a father, I am pleased to say that life is starting to come back in order. Starting. The published version of Irregular Wars: Conflict at the World's End has been finalised and released. It is of course available as a pdf package from Vexillia Limited. I'd like to thank Martin at Vexillia for all of his support and patience during the publication process.

I have finally managed to undercoat some Grumpy Tupi figures I picked up at MOAB last year and will be able to paint these up between work, feeding sessions, nappy changes and other tasks in the coming month or so. Fingers crossed. I'll also be working on some basic conversions of some of my established Irregular Wars companies to add a bit more flavour here and there. All this is forthcoming.

In the nearer future I hope to add a few more pictures of my 1:1200 scale ships for All at Sea and perhaps get another game organised to continue the playtesting. I'll also post images of my Paionian-cum-Pergamene army for DBA. I led one of them to victory at the SBG DBA historical comp last year and the other allowed me to be awarded best/most enjoyable DBA army at MOAB - probably because I lost every game.

For those with more of an SBH leaning, I'm toying with the idea of a Midsummer Night's Dream warband featuring Titania, Oberon and Puck - stay tuned.

At some stage I will also get on to the variant covers for Conflict at the World's End. Here is just a sample of the sort of thing you might be looking for...


  1. How long would you expect an average game to take?

  2. Hi David, the average game should take around 45 minutes. Although obviously this varies depending on the players' experience, the terrain and tactics.