In last week’s post, we took a look at why you should be using Artillery Forward Observers in your Bolt Action Army List. Today’s post will be similar and cover many of the same points, but instead, we are looking at why you might want to include an Air Observer in your list.
In today’s post, we take a quick look at the rules of Bolt Action and discuss why anyone might want to use Artillery Forward Observers in Bolt Action.
In today’s post, we look at a hard-pressed battle between Italian Paratroopers and British Infantry in the Western Deserts of Africa.
It’s been a crazy weekend. We’ve Wrath & Rapture, Chapter Approved, New Noice Marines, A ticking mystery for Vigilus, new Monsterpocalypse and a some Pimpcron. Check it out!
These new A13 series kits are a great way to add some armor to your early war British army. The kit contains the parts for MkIII, modernized MkIII and MkIV variants, so you have several options for load outs. Take a look…
There’s a new historical model in town–the Renault Chenilette, a fully-tracked armored cargo hauler. A tractor that’s been gussied up for war. Bring this trailer/cargo vehicle to your battlefields today.
I have an admission to make. I love playing games of many different rule sets. In fact, I love checking out new rule sets and giving different games a try. The tournament player I once was, would be very disappointed in this statement as it lacks focus on a single game. The casual player that […]
New for next month – the new book has 144 pages of new rules, scenarios, and units you can use to build your campaign. The release also comes with some new miniatures for France that will add firepower and cavalry to your forces.
Campaign: Market Garden brings late war fight through the Netherlands and Germany to Bolt Action. Today I’ll be sharing an overview of what the supplement can offer to your gaming group.
Bolt Action gets two new jeeps this weekend. Unleash a surprising amount of firepower in a compact and mobile frame. Come witness the majesty of the SAS Jeeps.
Bolt Action: Campaign: Sea Lion takes a different approach to World War 2. In this expansion, players play a fictitious campaign where Germany invades the island of Britain. While the battles are fictitious, the setting is based on the invasion and defense plans that never happened.
Historical gaming is part throwing dice, and part diorama if you’re recreating historical battles. A great looking table with realistic terrain can really make your battles come to life. Brian Hubbard shows how he turned Sarissa’s MDF terrain into a bombed town in this step by step tutorial.