Outside the Box 04-29-16

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Welcome to another íssue of Outside the Box, this week with news from Infinity, Raging Heroes, Anvil Industry, Bushido, X-Wing and more!

Infinity
A new wave of Infinity miniatures is available:
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Raging Heroes
And again new previews:
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Anvil Industry
Anvil Industry presents new previews of their Regiments range:
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GCT Studios
The first preview of wave 29 for Bushido is the Giant Eagle:
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Warlord Games
Warlord Games offers a new free army list for Bolt Action:
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And new releases for Savage Core:
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MOM Miniatures
MOM Miniatures published a preview of their SciFi range:
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Fantasy Flight Games
Another preview of the Imperial Veterans expansion:
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Sally 4th
The Normandy terrain range is now available:
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North Star Military Figures
North Star Military Figures presents new Frostgrave soldier classes, the Trap Expert and Tunnel Fighter:

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Puppetswar
Puppetswar released new Praetorians:
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Skullduggery Press
Skullduggery Press published a new preview of their 15mm Death Guard:
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Onslaught Miniatures
Onslaught Miniatures presents another 6mm Talos Syndicate walker, the Corsair:
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Rubicon Models
Rubicon Models presents new pictures of their SdKfz 251/23 with 2 cm KwK38 (hanging mount) autocannon:
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And Gregster’s Lab announced new 6mm tanks:
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And here are some new Kickstarter campaigns:
Bombshell Miniatures – KritterKin
Mini Duels – Table Top Terrain and Trays
Ironwind Metals – Ral Partha’s Chaos Wars Dwrafs, Undead & Troglodytes
Wortington Publishing – Hold the Line AWI Boardgame
Tiger Miniatures – 28mm Northern Raiders
Paranoid Miniatures – Mythos
Firelock Miniatures – Blood and Plunder
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Mierce Miniatures – Darklands: Mighty Monsters

Always remember, if you want to stay up to date, head over to The Tabletop Fix for daily news about the hobby!

Can’t wait to get my hands on the Navil Industry Regiments range!
  • euansmith

    I like the preview from MOM Miniatures and the new minis for Frostgave are really characterful… but… Skullduggery Press… will you stop with turning out these 15mm previews that look totally, utterly amazing. It’s 15mm for flip sake! That level of character and detail is insane.

    • finbikkifin

      After a great deal of back and forth and soul-searching, I eventually decided that 28mm was the scale for me, for both skirmishes and larger games (with only occasional journeys into 3mm and 10mm for certain kinds of mass combat).

      There are many 15mm lines that make this a hard decision to uphold.

      North Star are still doing amazing stuff with Frostgrave miniatures. If there’s ever a second edition, I half expect them to come out with a new line of Wizards & Apprentices for all the magic schools, and I’ll probably want them all.

      • euansmith

        I’ve spoken to people who do 10mm modern skirmish games, as this allows for almost realistic ranges for weapons.

        • finbikkifin

          I’ve done skirmishes in 6mm too, it’s great fun in no space at all. Haven’t quite got around to it in 3mm. As far as realistic ranges go, eh, ground scales and figure scales are always decoupled. Some skirmish rulesets I’ve played just don’t use weapon ranges outside of thrown weapons, just LOS.

          For modern/WW2 skirmishes I’d pick 15mm over 10mm any day just due to the available miniatures, although Pendraken do some great stuff. They do VBCW, too.

          I just really like 28mm, especially after a few years of fiddling with terrain styles and finding out what sorts of detail and abstraction I like.

  • Chris. K Cook

    The ANZAC list was for ANZAC Day.