There are so many reasons to love Frostgrave. My reasons include affordability, the stories told by the game, and that there are campaign rules. This article overlaps my earlier one about Why You Should be Playing Frostgrave, but this one is straight up why I love the game.
Wev’e got everything from Codex Orks, to Speed Freeks, Sly Marbo, Ravnica peeks, Runewars, Frostgrave and the Crucible Guard from Warmachine. Whew it was a busy weekend gamers!
As many of you know, I am a huge fan of Osprey Games and North Star Military Figures. Today, I want to draw your attention to North Star Military Figures’ newest Nickstarter for The Maze of Malcor – there are a ton of great miniatures featured, come take a look!
Right off the top, I want to tell my dear readers that I really enjoy running demo/participation games at conventions. I find great satisfaction in introducing players to new games, and even more satisfaction when they like the games so much that they go out and buy it to play on their own.
This weekend we got everything from Age of Sigmar to 40K Knights, 8th Editions birthday and a monster bonus for Nottingham!
As mentioned before, my two favorite game systems currently include Bolt Action and Frostgrave. In today’s post, we take a closer look at Frostgrave and why you might want to consider giving it a try.
Get all your Frostgrave Material in one place–check out the new Frostgrave Folio!
Frostgrave’s newest expansion leads players into the ruined north with a slew of new minis to keep you warm.
Frostgrave has a new rules expansion, just out from Osprey Publishing. Come see.
Looking for a Fantasy Skirmish game to use with all those refugee fantasy wargaming figures you own? Check out Frostgrave!