Test of Honour

Test of honour is back on our shelves with its new rendition, version 2. The new starter set comes with everything to get you started except the minis which are sold separately. The set includes the 72 page rule book, 8 dice, 67 counters, 40 recruitment cards, 5 trait and upgrade cards, 22 skill cards, 7 injury cards, 4 quest cards, 10 honour cards, and 10 dishonor cards. Check it out here at GCmini.com

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SPQR

Check out these new SPQR minis from Warlord games. They’re made of Warlords new resin which allows for a great texture and more crisp detail. They even say primer isn’t needed. The detail is definitely important as the chain mail doesn’t look like a blur and emblems on helmets are crisp. All of Warlords new SPQR minis use this sort of resin. Check them out here at GCmini.com

New Bolt Action Support Groups

Introducing the all new bolt action support group sets. For use as supplemental aid to your main force are the Waffen SS, British Army, Fallschirmjäger, and US army support groups. Each set contains two officers, a medic, at least one radio operator/ spotter, a medium mortar team, and a medium machine gun. Check em out here at GCmini.com

New Ancient Times War Game

Now at GCmini is the full range of the SPQR miniatures game from warlord. Unlike their previous ancient combat games this revolves around warband skirmishes not full armies. So you can move your units of romans in for a flank instead of moving your whole platoon. The game utilizes the dice of fate, which puts one player in position to choose who goes first. This definitely puts an emphasis on planning as double turns can occur. Not only that but SPQR features hero’s which unlike the minions of the game have stat boosts. With these combined with the fact that moving through terrain plays a massive part in gameplay, you get a unique skirmish game set in ancient times. Check it out here at GCmini.com

Infinity, and Not Beyond It

Now at GCmini.com we’re carrying Infinity, well most of it as it meets its namesake there’s a lot. Even the two player battle packs of which I’ll be talking about Operation Coldfront. The Operation Coldfront battle pack pits the Ariadna and the Aleph against each other. In this battle pack the starter sets for each faction is included meaning you’ll receive the following:

(Ariadna)

3x line Kazak

1x Tank Hunter

1x Veteran Kazak

1x Ariadna Scout

(Aleph)

3x Dakini Tacbots

1x Shukra Consultant

1x Yadu Trooper

1x Deva Functionary

Not only those but two exclusives, an Armata-2 Proyekt Ratnik, as well as Nagas. On top of that you’re getting ten pieces of scenery as well as one battle map, keeping with the theme of the scenery. Of course you’ll get all that you need to play; six twenty sided dice, state/order markers, a ruler, a template, and a 92 page Operation Coldfront booklet. The booklet details the history and some interesting facts of each faction, as well as the quick rules to get you through your first game. The complete rule book is sold separately from this battle pack, but the booklet is enough to get you hooked. Get your starter battle pack now at GCmini.com There’s a variety of them, which we carry, but they mostly differ in the factions you get to start.

New Cruel Seas Fleets

Hitting the waters of your gaming tables are the French as well as the Soviet fleets! Both of these sets are the starter packs for their respective armies in cruel seas. The Italian Regina Marina(not to be confused as “marinara” as I read upon first inspection of the box) fleet comes with 4 metal MAS boats, 1 biplane, 1 F-lighter, MZ-Motozattera, and 1 Gabbiano-class corvette. As well as the usual markers and cards. The Soviet fleet comes with 1 Fugas-class Minesweeper, 1 Il-2 Sturmovik plane, 2 Bronekaters, 4 D-3 MTB ships, and 4 G-5 MTB submarines. As well as the standard markers and data cards. Come get em’ at GCmini.com

Warlords of Erehwon (New 28mm Skirmish Game)

From warlord games comes Warlords of Erehwon, a new fantasy based skirmish game set in the scale of 28mm. The game is designed in such a way that you can throw any of your fantasy miniatures onto the table and start fighting. Although there are starter sets and unit expansions you can buy. The non restrictive rules are also quite familiar if you’ve played a few of Warlord’s other games (ie. Gates of Antares and Bolt Action). Though the rules feel quite familiar and can be picked up easily they are not without depth, for those of us who cherish stats you’ll find a lot to like in combat. Combat is wide ranging from hand to hand, archery, mortars, even the flames of a dragon this world covers all your fantasy desires. Check it out here at GCmini.com