That day I went home with the Hail Caesar book and a box of Spartans. Now, I haven't had any luck enticing anyone else to get into Hail Caesar, however Bolt Action has been gaining ground locally, and I got that rulebook and box of British Infantry a few weeks later, and now, finally I am starting to build out the army while I watch the release schedule for the Gate of Antares line.
I like the way Warlord is running their business and supporting the hobby. After all, this is a company ran by the guys who made GW such a fun company to support back in the '90s. I especially enjoy their products and their miniature line so far, especially the pricing in regards to the quantity of product one gets for the money.
As a "thanks" I've decided to leave a link here for their primer for 40K players interested in Bolt Action: guide-to-bolt-action-for-40k-players
This page will serve as a gallery and base for my future Warlord modeling projects.
|"Shssssh: I'm hunting Tigers!"|
Note that part 4 of this series has my step-by-step on painting British WWII uniforms.
British Infantry squad-2 part 1,
|PIAT Team. See finished paint jobs in British Infantry Part 4.|
Universal Carrier part 1, part 2,
|Sometimes you lose. And sometimes you lose on FIRE!|
BOLT ACTION BATTLE REPORTS
A collecion of the reports of the Bolt Action games I have played.
Battle! Action! Bolt Action! 1st game-1000pt Brits vs. Germans
Ally Combat Drills (with live ammo!) 1000pt Brits vs Yanks
If You're Gonna Die 1000pts of Brits vs. Germans
BEYOND THE GATES OF ANTARES
Beyond-gates-of-antares box set review
c3-strike-troopers Part 1,