Corvus Belli: New Infinity Minis, and Aristeia Stars for March

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March is bring new minis for 5 major factions in Infinity -and some Aresteia goodies to boot.

Here’s the latest for the Human Sphere:


MSRP: $16.99 

The Shikami are the destructive demons of traditional Japanese folklore, and these technological ninjas are not far behind. Thanks to their enhanced light armor and superb martial arts skills, they are capable of incredible feats.


MSRP: $16.99

The Asawira Regiment is a formidable attack unit in the service of Haqqislam. The Asawira have the best light-weight powered armor on the market, equipped with advanced aiming and target acquisition devices, and the most effective auto-medical systems.


MSRP: $14.49

Kurgats are the highest rank of Morat assault engineers. They comprise a combat unit with expertise in shock techniques and their sole mission is attacking and destroying any fortified position that could stop the advance of Morat forces.


MSRP: $39.49 

The Blackjacks are not only one of the toughest and most resilient units of the USARF, but also one of the most lethal because of their firepower. If they are known as “The Winning Hand”, it’s because their deployment in the AO always means a sure victory without concessions to the enemy.


MSRP: $42.99 

Candy Double, the great star of Maya and famous investigator, has find out the Combined Army’s plan to alter the Dark Mist technology released on the planet Dawn, turning these clouds of visual interference into a deadly weapon. It’s time to stop the lethal clouds and Candy Double too, because the star must not reveal the EI’s plan, to avoid spreading panic throughout the Human Sphere.


MSRP: $20.49

This repackaging will trigger the cancellation of the products that compose them.


MSRP: $36.49

The cunning mercenary leader Hannibal, along with his impressive bodyguard Valkyrie, the unpredictable Maasai hacker Laxmee, and the incorrigible masked fighter known as Señor Massacre, make up an elite team to participate in the most exciting and, above all, lucrative spectacle of the entire Human Sphere: Aristeia!


MSRP: $4.25

Pack of ten 30mm bases. Designed exclusively for the Aristeia! miniatures. The best choice to adapt your Infinity miniatures like Miyamoto Mushashi, Señor Massacre or Major Lunah and use them for the greatest show of the Human Sphere.
~ Nice Blackjacks – really impressed with those!
  • ZeeLobby

    Agreed. I really like the Blackjacks.

    • marxlives

      I like Ariadna look overall or Haqq’islam.

      • ZeeLobby

        Yeah, I actually play Haqq. Friend plays Ariadna, haha. I’m sure he’ll pick one up.

    • euansmith

      The Shikami look great too; especially the version wearing the Jingasa (I think that’s what the bowl shaped hat is called).

    • WhenDidVicesBecomeVirtues

      Might just be me but it really reminds me of Heavy Gear. I really dislike the new minis for that game but the old Rafm ones when I was little were great.

      • ZeeLobby

        Totally agree! That’s definitely the vibe I get as well.

    • Fredddy

      I play USAriadna and chose it for the looks, but I do not like this modell, too boxy. For a heavy armoured USAriadna trooper, I expected something less robot-like, something like the heavy troopers from the Metro games or the power armours of Fallout.

      • ZeeLobby

        Yeah, I can get that. Then again, when you compare it to other Al Fasid or other TAGs (cause most factions don’t even put people in their suits anymore) it’s still pretty low tech. I think it does a decent matching the Traktor Muls.

  • dark-tadpole

    I do like the looks of Infinity, does anyone know the best/cheapest way of starting?

    • Pl4gu3 B4st4rd

      Steal minis ?

      • Xodis

        He’s not wrong…

        • Kociamber

          He is freaking wrong.

          • Xodis

            Ok, so whats cheaper than free?

            Also note its an obvious joke, so no need to twist your panties.

          • Pl4gu3 B4st4rd

            People and sarcasm …

    • marxlives

      Starters or Dire Foes mission packs.

    • Buy a starter set for whatever faction you think looks best. I would avoid ones full of older sculpts like the JSA or vanilla Ariadna, since CB is doing a good job going through and updating them. Generally though you can’t go wrong, the game is far more about what you do on the table than the list you come up with.

      Most starters are around 150 points, and I’ve never seen anyone get turned down to play a game for playing fewer points. The rules are all free on their website, they’re worth reading, but maybe avoid reading every skill in the book, cover to cover, it is far easier to learn while playing. From there, use their army builder ( and look at the rules for more units from the army you picked on their official wiki (

      Alternatively, both of the two player starters, Red Veil and Ice Storm, come with solid starting armies, and special scenarios for learning the game, that slowly introduces new rules. There are expansions for both of these which bring you up to 300 points for the factions included.

      • dark-tadpole

        Thanks, I was looking at the two starter sets. I’m guessing they both have the same rules just different mini’s and terrain.

        Both seem really good value especially with the fact you get terrain and a playing mat. Just need to convince my mates they need another war game in their life.

    • euansmith

      The 300pt Starter Sets are a good place to get going. Just pick one you like the look of. Otherwise, just proxy your forces with some other minis until you find out if you like the game. The rules and army builder are free.

    • aylwong

      If you can find someone to split with, Red Veil + Beyond Red Veil, or Ice Storm + Beyond Ice Storm are great places to start. They both have a set of ‘trainer missions’, that slowly teaches you the rules of the game, and you will end up with 300 point armies at the end.

      Great Deals for awesome minis.

      • ZeeLobby

        I second this. This is how we started, and it’s been a blast so far. We have 4 people in our group, so each picked one of the 4 factions from these 2 sets.

    • NagaBaboon

      Start with a faction you like the look of, pick up a sectoral starter and try and get a half points game in to get a feel for it (Most of the 6 model starters are between around 100-150pts and standard games are 300)

  • Xodis

    Love the look of the models, just can never find that “hook” that makes me want to start buying them and playing.

    • euansmith

      I purchased Nomads because of the Fast Panda minis. Little Robot Pandas! What’s not to love?

    • ZeeLobby

      Yeah, you need to have a motivator. Our group was looking for a sci-fi game after taking a 40K break, and we picked it up. It’s been a blast. I love all the wargear and customization options.

      • Xodis

        Im not opposed to building an army and buying models I might never use (Should see my Reaper collection from all the Kickstarters lol), I think its that I cant find a faction that I just NEED to have.

        • ZeeLobby

          I guess you could just jump around and grab models you like. I have the same issue. I like a bunch of models here/there.

        • NagaBaboon

          Really? My major barrier to entry was I couldn’t find a faction I didn’t need to have!

          • Xodis

            I get that from AoS. I love 90% of the armies and have to have a few of all of them, which is great because of Warhammer Quest and Shadespire.

            It might be that there is just so many factions and so much lore Im not invested enough to dive in, but yeah, sadly none of the factions just pulled me in.

  • marxlives

    (defensive and insufferable accent) Aw man, ANOTHER Infinity article, I wonder when BoLS will stop shilling for Corvus Belli.

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    • ZeeLobby


  • euansmith

    “In the name of all things Furry, Blackjack; get your damn muzzle out of the mud!”

  • For a game in which nearly every model carries a firearm of some sort, you’d think SOMEONE at CB would have actually handled a firearm at some point in their lives.

    And yet here’s the Blackjack, proving conclusively that not a single one of them has.

    I can forgive a lot for the Rule of Cool, but that’s actually, legitimately offensive.

    • NagaBaboon

      He’s just getting ready to do a rocket jump