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Osprey’s Oathmark Offers a New Fantasy Campaign

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Sep 16 2018


Osprey Games upcoming mass fantasy battle game, Oathmark, was written by Joseph A. McCullough of Frostgrave fame and uses fantasy miniatures by North Star Military Figures.

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. 

The Miniatures

The miniatures of Oathmark are looking great so far. While they are intended for Oathmark, they are also good for whatever other games that would allow 28mm Proxy Miniatures. Perhaps you play 9th Age or Kings of War. These miniatures could be of interest to you!

Currently each of the four factions (Human, Dwarf, Elf and Orc) all have a 30 figure plastic boxed set and six separate champions released. 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.

The Humans

North Star Military Figures is currently taking pre-orders for the human infantry box set. It comes with 30 miniatures for you to assemble in whatever way you wish. These are the miniatures that I wrote about the early-bird sale on Must Contain Miniatures, but that sale is currently over.

These guys will be shipping soon though and then will be available on the general market.

Check out that box art. Just beautiful!

The Sprues look as follows.

The Sprues for the Humans of Oathmark.

While I haven’t yet tested out the Oathmark miniatures, I have been loving the plastic minis released by Osprey and North Star for Frostgrave. These look like they will go together in a similar fashion.

On top of the Plastic kits, are also six metal miniatures.


The special Character miniatures.

The Elves

Personally, I prefer the look of the human faction in Oathmark, but the elves look pretty cool too! Like all of the current races in Oathmark, there is a box of 30 plastic miniatures and six separate character miniatures.

Check out these painted Elf minis from the Oathmark Facebook page. They look great!

A couple more Elves.

The sprues are just as versatile as any of the other kits. There are enough weapons to arm all of your models with the same armament as the rest of the group.

The Elves on the Sprue.

And below are the six separate metal figures.

The six character minis.

Wrapping it up…

Hopefully you enjoyed this part one 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).

Personally, I am loving the way the human models look. If you want reviews of previous plastic minis done by North Star on behalf of Osprey Games, I have reviews of their Frostgrave Barbarians and Cultists on Must Contain Minis.

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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.

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