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La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines)
by Eric F.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/20/2014 18:21:36
La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) is a great artifact of historical interest to war gamers and role players alike. This piece is a cleaned up version of the venerable French magazine La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) that is a window into the past of a world that will never be again. WWI is a one of the strange bridge gap wars that still echoes through history. The importance of WW I can not be little ever. The sacrifices of the soldiers, the horrors of that war and the conflicts are still studied by scholars even today and many modern advances on the battlefield had their start in WWI. La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) is a great reference point for WWI from the perceptions of those who lived in center of the conflict. Every single reference could be potentially used as a potential hand out for either a horror or WWI themed role playing game. Its nice to have a cleaned up version of ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Sci-Fi Civilians Set
by Philip D.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 11/20/2014 07:12:39
Sci-Fi Civilians Set Good figures. The only remark have is that when printed as is, they are a bit small for 28mm. At least they did not fit well with some of my other miniatures, so I had to enlarge them. But this might also be due to personal taste, of course.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Modular Rocketship
by Philip D.
Publisher: DramaScape
Date Added: 11/20/2014 07:08:54
Modular Rocketship Good product. Especially the modular part is very convenient to plan and print your own spaceship. The only remark I have is that the colors are a bit dark, and that the squares (if you want to use them) could have been made a bit more visible. For some images of our game ina ction in which we used these floor plans: http://snv-ttm.blogspot.be/2014/07/antares-2401-aboard-space-
ship-odessa.html

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
ECW Paper Battles
by Philip D.
Publisher: Billy Bones Workshop
Date Added: 11/20/2014 07:06:02
ECW Paper Battles Excellent product! We used these paper miniatures to stage a very large ECW battle at a local con, and it attracted quite a number of spectators. We also won a trophy for the game from the game organizers, exactly because it has a total different visual appeal compared to the standard look of miniature wargames.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Battle mat (054) Sea plain
by Hans-Joachim F.
Publisher: libkneht
Date Added: 11/18/2014 11:49:25
Battle mat (054) Sea plain Das ist genau die ;ap die schon lange gesucht hab. Vielen Dank! Einwandfreie Darstellung

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
RAVENFELL: Expansion Set 1
by Randy F.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 11/16/2014 02:59:24
RAVENFELL: Expansion Set 1 I have limited storage space, so I got the Ravenfell set to replace some of my older stiff-box buildings. When I saw this expansion contained a 3-level, fold-flat Magic Shop with Interior, I HAD to build it right away. See http://fatdragongames.proboards.com/thread/3170/magic-shop-r-
avenfell-expansion for fotos of my build, and build notes - which are handy tips if you're going full-fold-flat-with-interiors. Lots of character, built very quickly, has interiors, folds flat, and fits in with my existing collection. What's not to like?...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Elemental Shrine
by Randy F.
Publisher: Mystic Mountain Productions
Date Added: 11/16/2014 02:53:56
Elemental Shrine I love building fantasy terrain, but don't have a lot of storage space, so I very rarely build models that I can't modify to fold-flat. This shrine is a wonderful exception! Please see the pictures of my build here: http://cardboard-warriors.proboards.com/thread/6520/e-
lemental-shrine-mystic-mountain-productions Though this is NOT for beginners (there are many small and hard-to-access glue tabs and precise alignment is required for a clean build) the result is definitely worth the extra effort. If you have a Silhoutte cutter, I highly recommend using it for this model. I'm going to use my shrine as part of my D&D campaign, where my players are about to go Planar!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Aegean Regional Map (Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting)
by Eric F.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/14/2014 19:23:44
Aegean Regional Map (Swords of Kos Fantasy Campaign Setting) If your into the old school Swords of Kos sword and sorcery setting then this one is really a no brainer. This map shows in great detail the world of the campaign and allows a DM to see as well as design their own adventures using the whole cloth of Kos as fodder. This is not our Earth but an alternative world with its own distinctive flavor drawn from the mythology and legends that the designers have come up with. Kos has plenty of room for a DM to customize and stake out who, what, where they wish to stake out in their own campaign. Everything is laid out in very nice detail within the cartography of Kos and shows all of the locals that the Kos line of products has produced. There's a nice distinctiveness with this map and its a really nice little piece of artistic fluff that allows a DM to pitch their own campaigns within the confines and use this map as both a campaign resource and as a palette to set down their own old world mythological adventures in one sold product. Maps su...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Grand Admiral: Castles of Steel
by Tim W.
Publisher: Majestic Twelve Games
Date Added: 11/12/2014 23:21:01
Grand Admiral: Castles of Steel This is my go-to game for WWI fleet scale naval games. This game is by no means a rivet counter - but has enough meat in it to really feel like you are controlling fleets in WWI. The card activation system makes each game unpredictable which adds to the suspense. Gameplay is relatively quick with squadron sized battles taking about half an hour to major fleet actions taking a few hours. You will need dice (lots of d6's) and a standard deck of cards to play this game. You'll also need some time and access to a colour printer and a good pair of scissors to prepare all the counters you need to play....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Beasts & Barbarians Set Two: Nandals and Cultists
by Anne T.
Publisher: Okumarts Games
Date Added: 11/12/2014 21:58:47
Beasts & Barbarians Set Two: Nandals and Cultists Wow! First of all, I love Okumarts stuff, and I have since I first found his stuff a year-and-a-half ago. I've everything but the latest spy set, since I only really play fantasy (the space and western stuff I like enough to find a use for "someday"). The cultists are going to see use very soon, since I'm playing through D&D5E's Tyranny of Dragons in Encounters & Expeditions (organized play), and will be DMing them in my turn. The 'Nandals" I'll be repurposing as great ogres, by enlarging them just a little, or merely putting on a larger base. The trees I love, especially the fact they will come apart and fold flat when I'm done with them. Secondly, I can't believe how the two previous reviewers are taking off stars. The first one is complaining he has no use for the terrain - the FREE, BONUS terrain that he need never print off or even keep on his hard drive (they come in separate PDFs from the figures themselves). He feels there should be more creatures? Well, go buy another set...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Cottage Paper Model
by Mike S.
Publisher: Dave Graffam Models
Date Added: 11/12/2014 17:22:11
Cottage Paper Model This is a nice building. It's a little narrow and the wrong shape to be a cottage really, but that's more of a naming issue than a lessening of this model. I have a couple of them in my town- one as a warehouse type building and one printed as mirror image as a residence, and they look great on a table. I'd consider putting some rigid card joists inside for more strength, but that's not essential, and easily achieved.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, Book One, Revision Two
by Patrick D.
Publisher: Amarillo Design Bureau
Date Added: 11/12/2014 00:21:54
A Call to Arms: Star Fleet, Book One, Revision Two Well done. Looking forward to the final product. So far this version (B1R2 draft A) looks pretty good. Will be giving it a spin this week to see if all the parts fit.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Beasts & Barbarians Set Two: Nandals and Cultists
by JERRY M.
Publisher: Okumarts Games
Date Added: 11/08/2014 21:44:52
Beasts & Barbarians Set Two: Nandals and Cultists I love the cultists and especially Dave's use of color layers to allow for lots of variants. The terrain and the big snake are also pretty cool and I can see lots of uses for them as well. Though variant layers of color for the snake and trees would have been cool too. (Would have gone well with the treemen set and the fall variants) The only thing that loses this a star are the neanderthals. I don't see much use for them in games and so I can see myself not printing many of this set due to the "I want cultists but to get them I have to waste ink on neanderthals I'll never use" problem. Maybe making a layer with other weapons for the neanderthals would be useful. Seriously though, how often do neanderthals show up in games? Other than that, a good set....

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
7TV Preview
by Thomas L.
Publisher: Crooked Dice
Date Added: 11/07/2014 13:02:05
7TV Preview I understand this is a free preview, but I was hoping to get a better taste of the mechanics behind the game. The preview is a sample of pages from the full document, and I understand that the publisher doesn't want to reveal the entire game in the preview, but the pages are so disconnected as to be not helpful. Still, it's a free preview, so what can you expect?

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
RAVENFELL: Expansion Set 1
by Shannon J B.
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
Date Added: 11/07/2014 12:37:35
RAVENFELL: Expansion Set 1 A little pricey for what you get but luckily I needed the wooden towers and wood pole gates or Id see it as a disappointment.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
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