This post is a continuation of last week’s post where we looked at the miniatures of the Oathmark Human and Elf Factions. In this post, we take a look at the Dwarf and Orc plastic infantry boxes for Oathmark.
To reiterate from my last article… “My knowledge of the game is based off following the Author’s Blog, the Oathmark Facebook Page and both Osprey Games and North Star Military Figures websites. The game is set to release in 2019. As such, there is lots of time for the details of the game to change. While the game is not yet published, Osprey Games wanted people to have time to build and amass their forces before the release of the game. You should be able to get in on the game with just a box of Oathmark miniatures and build your forces from there. That’s right, this is a campaign game like Frostgrave.”
As a note, all images in this post are from the Oathmark: Battles of the Lost Age Facebook Page. The painted miniatures in there are generally done by Kev Dallimore.
If you have been looking for alternative models, no matter if you play Frostgrave, 9th Age, or some other game, Osprey has been putting out some cool options.
From what I have seen of the Oathmark miniatures, they also look like they will be quite enjoyable to build and paint. Currently, there are four factions for Oathmark (Human, Dwarf, Elf and Orc). Each group has a 30 figure plastic boxed set and six separate champions released at this point. The Multi-Part Hard Plastic figures come with enough bows, spears, hand weapons and shields that you can arm every miniature in the box with the same armament.
Many people tell me that this is their favorite faction. For me, I prefer the Humans and Dwarves, but these guys are cool too.
My understanding is that each faction can raise war against any of the others and even themselves. It might also be possible to combine more than one faction into an army. Perhaps your humans hired a band of orcs as mercenaries. Whatever the reason for your orcs, these guys look cruel.
Now this faction looks cool to me. I wanted a box of them ever since the first preview of them that I saw online. They look more like how I envisioned dwarves as a kid playing Dungeons and Dragons than any of the other lines that I have seen out there. Let’s take a closer look.
Personally, I think I like these figures the most followed by the humans. How about you?
Wrapping it up…
Hopefully you enjoyed this part two of our look at the miniatures of Oathmark. If you haven’t already check out the line, give them a look. You can buy them directly from North Star Military Figures or a number of other suppliers including Brigade Games in the USA (under NorthStar followed by Oathmark).
Event Notice – Chatham, Ontario, Canada – September 28 and 29
If you are interested and live in driving distance to Chatham, Ontario, KEGSCon 6 is September 28 to 29. For my American friends, Chatham is about an hour away from the Detroit / Windsor Boarder.
Event Notice – Kitchener, Ontario, Canada – October 13 and 14
SkyCon is an up and coming gaming convention in Kitchener, Ontario. They feature many RPGs and Board Games to choose from. They also have a number of Miniatures Tournaments on the books including ones for Maulifaux, Guild Ball, Blood Bowl, Dark Age, and Infinity. I plan to be at this event and can likely be found taking pictures or testing out one of the RPGs or Board Games (with minis in them).
Event Notice – Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada – October 19 and 20
Council Fires is is one of my favorite gaming events. This year it is in a new location closer to the American Boarder for my friends in New York that would like to come up for some games. I plan to be in attendance at this event.