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My Sunndi army is now complete, having been flocked and sealed. I’m not a terrific painter, but I’m pleased with the way they came out. The whole army: Skirmishers from the interior of the country, armed with crossbows: Hillmen skirmishers, Read More
One of the ways that the Triumph! miniature wargame rules allows for customization of troops is by the use of battle cards. These cards allow for troops to bend the rules because of some special ability, or give an army Read More
And here at last we come to the end of this particular series of posts, and the army of the Overking takes the field. I’ll be using the same methodology as I have been in the other articles in this Read More
Continuing on from the last post which covered Medegia, today I want to do a write-up of the armies of South Province. In the setting, the two armies are poised to perform an enormous pincers movement into the lands of Read More
In my previous post, I went through the sources for our armies; the Great Kingdom proper, the See of Medegia, and South Province. Today, I’d like to go through one of my favorite places in the Flanaess, the See of Read More