Thursday, 31 December 2020

Farewell 2020!

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Hi folks! I just wanted to wish everyone in the group a Happy New Year. Fantastic Battles was only released two months ago and already we have established a nice little group on Facebook - even though Covid restrictions have prevented many of us from actually playing! I can't wait for the situation to continue so we can all start to meet and roll dice again. Thanks to your support, the digital version of the rules has even earned a silver 'Best Seller' badge on Wargame Vault and hasn't dropped below the top five titles since release. Now, just watch my hubris as it drops way down tomorrow! 🤣😂🤣😂 Although I already have armies of Halflings, Goblins, Wyld Elves, Ziggurat Dwarves, and Greeks in 10mm, I have a new 28mm project lined up for 2021 - Project Troy... I'm not a fast painter, especially not with big figs, but I'll keep you posted! If done properly, the army should also serve for l'Art de la Guerre and Hail Caesar.



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  1. What range of figures are you going to use?

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    1. A mix I think. I have some Foundry chariots already, and some Lucid Eye figuers somewhere in the postal system. I'll certainly add more - the Eureka ones look great.

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  2. I’ll look forward to seeing the Dendra armour ;)

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    1. Not sure I'm going that early! :)

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    2. You’ve got me sufficiently interested to consider a Bronze Age Achaean lot to join my “Biblical” squad (Assyrians, Babylonians, Elamites). But they’re competing with Philistines / Sea Peoples and NKE for my available $

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    3. Sure, there's a lot of interchangability with Acheans and Sea Peoples...

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