It is a test of honor to visit the home of the Dragon – check out this new terrain kit from Warlord Games!
Warlord Games’ Test of Honour is a skrimish wargame that takes place in feudal Japan. It’s got a sweet theme and some great plastics to go along with the game. Now, we’re getting a look at a new terrain kit that looks the part.
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One of the most impressive kits to come out of Sarissa’s production, the Dragon House are sacred grounds for the Onna-bugeisha!
Ichijodani Castle Town in central Fukui Prefecture was, at its peak during the Muromachi Period, the base of the powerful Asakura Clan and thrived as the region’s cultural, military and commercial centre of over 10,000 residents. Oda Nobunaga completely destroyed Ichijodani by burning it to the ground in 1573…
The roof is removable and in addition, this set comes with x removable doors and x amount of removable walls giving this set a completely dynamic interior.
The main building has these following dimensions:
- Width – 180mm approx
- Length – 180mm approx
- Height – 195mm approx
The Dragon House is the perfect addition to your tabletop for Test of Honour from Warlord Games:
Test of Honour is a skirmish wargame played with roughly 5-20 models on each side. Players select their force before each game based around a samurai hero along with one or two loyal samurai companions and a variety of clan soldiers.
The 6 battle scenarios included tell a tale of bitter clan rivalry, betrayal and revenge. The battles are designed to be played in order, forming an ongoing story, with consequences for the victor and loser of each game.
As you play through the scenarios your samurai will use new skills, and perhaps even take the shameful path of deceit and trickery to gain victory – such choices are the ultimate test of honour.
Visit their homes – but never cut a deal with a Dragon.