Wednesday, 25 March 2015

YanDrassi Kickstarter Now Shipped!


Big News and Congratulations to Eli Arndt as his second successful Kickstarter as Loud Ninja Games has now been shipped! Following up on the release of the Ikwen its been a busy time for LNG.

All packages for all backers have now been sent out world wide by our staff at 15mm.co.uk. We would put estimations upon package deliveries at the end of this week in the UK and across next week for Europe and North America with the rest of the world being a week or so later than that. 

After discussions with Loud Ninja Games, ourselves and feedback from backers of the Kickstarter the decision was taken to re-structure the YanDrassi miniatures into new codes and place them into the expanding RAP structure. As a result the list below shows you what to expect upon general release. Eight codes plus five force builder packs each giving roughly a whole platoon with a 5% saving off list prices for single codes. 

RAP019 Neek Squad (5 Miniatures) 2.00GBP 
RAP020 Tavshar Squad (4 Miniatures) 2.00GBP 
RAP021 Horogosi Squad (5 Miniatures) 5.00GBP 
RAP022 Tavshar Gun Skimmer Set (1 Kit and Dismounted Rider) 3.00GBP 
RAP023 Tavshar Officers (2 Miniatures) 1.00GBP 
RAP024 Tavshar Prime (1 Miniature) 1.00GBP 
RAP025 Horgosi Prime (1 Miniature) 2.00GBP 
RAP026 Horgosi Beserker (1 Miniature) 2.00GBP 

RAP024P YanDrassi Mixed Force Builder 
(1xRAP024, 1xRAP023, 1xRAP021, 2xRAP020, 2xRAP019) (26 Miniatures) -5% = 14.25GBP 
RAP019P Neek Force Builder 
(1x RAP023, 5xRAP019) (27 Miniatures) -5% = 10.45GBP 
RAP020P Tavshar Force Builder 
(1xRAP023, 5xRAP020) (22 Miniatures) -5% = 10.45GBP 
RAP022P Tavshar Gun Skimmer Squadron 
(3xRAP020) (3 Kits, 3 Dismounted Riders) -5% = 8.55GBP 
RAP021P Horgosi Force Builder 
(1xRAP025,1xRAP026, 3xRAP021) (17 Miniatures) -5% = 18.05GBP 

Release of the YanDrassi code and Force Builder packs into the Loud Ninja Games page of 15mm.co.uk will be in early May 2015. More on this nearer the time. 

Thanks for Reading. 

Gavin Syme

Friday, 20 March 2015

HOB Pre-Order now ended


The pre-order offer on our great first codes in the new Hordes of Buildings (HOB) range is now finished. I would like to thank everyone around the world from Scotland to Australia and everywhere else for their support and custom. So many kind comments and encouraging words it means a lot to us here. We have taken the buildings off of our website for the moment before their full release in a week or so in time. We are shipping out the pre-orders from today and expect to get the last of them out next week as we had such a large response in the last twenty four hours. Above is a picture I snapped of a part of the line of boxes full of buildings that are even now being packed up for dispatch. Amazing. There are more buildings here than in medieval Glasgow I think! 

Additionally the image I have used here is of my own hand holding the original sculpt for HOB1D Tall House. We have been asked many times over the last ten days for an article showing the original models created by our lead designer Sam Croes as some people don't believe they were not 3D printed. They were not. They are hand crafted. Article coming after release with a lot of pictures for you to see. 

These buildings are excellent for any 15mm fantasy system and indeed also for any 15mm system for wargaming that ranges from medieval to renaissance or dark age in terms of the hovels. Very versatile and durable too. These little lovelies will last for eternity. 

The HOB Range will be expanded with more codes soon and expect news of this here on the blog. What is coming next....well something that Humans always fight against in any fantasy system. 

Thanks for Reading. 

GBS

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Hordes of Buildings – A New Range on Pre-Order Offer until 20th March 2015

Our new range 'Hordes of Buildings' or HOB for short takes on the role for structures that our famous range Horde of Things (HOT) does for miniatures in 15mm scale for fantasy wargaming. We intend big things with this new range as a part of our commitment to 15mm fantasy wargaming which began this winter with the Monster Survey. Lots of you asked for dedicated structures the likes of which have never been created for fantasy wargaming in our scale and now we have done this. Beginning with five Human buildings in a core set before expanding into other races and more specialised structures we present 'Hordes of Buildings'! 

From now until 20th March 2015 we are offering a pre-order deal as follows. Go to our website on the links here and choose your buildings, the set, singles or multiples. You will see that they are 15% off release price for single buildings and a whopping 24% off the starter set or 34% for three starter sets!. Place one order or as many as you like and we will ship them all out across the world on 20th March 2015 making you among the first to get these awesome models. 

Maximum value can be had by taking THREE of the starter sets of five buildings giving the greatest saving plus gets you free worldwide shipping too! 

Go HERE or read on and look at the fantastic pictures! 


HOB1 Human Starter Settlement (5 Buildings) – Save 24% to 34%! 
This set of high quality very detailed resin buildings contains five different 15mm scale single pieces. These give you a Human Settlement which is suitable for any fantasy world and campaign. No assembly required. The set contains a Small Hovel, a Big Hovel, a Small House, a Tall House and a Large House. Every building is loaded with great little features and can be arranged in countless ways on your wargaming table. Total separate prices for purchase 39.50GBP starter set priced at 30.00GBP (24% saving). Buy three sets and save an additional 10% off list prices using the option in the drop down menu on the product page manually.  HERE.



Read on for details of each of the buildings in turn: 

HOB1A Small Hovel – Save 15% 
This 15mm scale one piece highly detailed resin building requires no assembly. Suitable for any Human campaign in a fantasy wargaming world it depicts the dwelling of those on the lowest rung of the housing ladder. A straw roof with wattle and daub walls intersected by crude wooden beams. Two stone steps lead up to a stout wooden door with iron hinges and detailing. A single window on the rear has wooden shutters and a panel of hand blown glass. There is a shuttered window on one side perhaps for hay storage and an open chimney with wood surround upon the roof. This building is 35mm wide, 40mm deep, 40mm tall to apex of roof. Price is 4.00GBP. Buy three sets and save an additional 10% off list prices using the option in the drop down menu on the product page manually. 15% off all options during pre-order! HERE.

HOB1B Big Hovel – Save 15% 
This 15mm scale one piece highly detailed resin building requires no assembly. Suitable for any Human campaign in a fantasy wargaming world it depicts the dwelling of those one up from the lowest rung of the housing ladder. A straw roof with wattle and daub walls intersected by crude wooden beams. A stone step lead up to a stout wooden door with iron hinges and detailing and there are two windows with shutters also on the front. A single glass window on the rear and another with wooden shutters closed. There is a shuttered window on one side and an open chimney with wood surround upon the roof. This building is 60mm wide, 40mm deep, 35mm tall to apex of roof. Price is 5.00GBP. Buy three sets and save an additional 10% off list prices using the option in the drop down menu on the product page manually. 15% off all options during pre-order! HERE.

HOB1C Small House – Save 15% 
This 15mm scale one piece highly detailed resin building requires no assembly. Suitable for any Human campaign in a fantasy wargaming world it depicts the dwelling of those in a more urban or wealthier area. A uniquely tiled roof with lots of character and a stone building which features a wooden door along with three windows across its two floors and a small inset icon too. There are more windows on the ground floor of the building on both sides with shutters and hand blown glass. Wooden panelling surrounds the upper level and a stone chimney stack runs up the rear of the structure ending in two chimney pots. This building is 45mm wide, 60mm deep, 65mm tall to top of chimney. Price is 8.00GBP. Buy three sets and save an additional 10% off list prices using the option in the drop down menu on the product page manually. 15% off all options during pre-order! HERE.

HOB1D Tall House – Save 15% 
This 15mm scale one piece highly detailed resin building requires no assembly. Suitable for any Human campaign in a fantasy wargaming world it depicts the dwelling of those in a more urban or wealthier area who likes to look over his neighbours. Four floors tall. A uniquely tiled roof with lots of character and a stone building which features a wooden door along with eight windows and shuttered hatch and loft entry on its front side. The rear side has another wooden door and six windows as well as a tiled extension where perhaps the kitchen is. One side has a thickly built stone chimney stack and one window while the other side has one small window and a now blocked up former door. Wooden panelling details the front and rear. This building is 40mm wide, 50mm deep, 95mm tall to apex of roof. Price is 10.00GBP. Buy three sets and save an additional 10% off list prices using the option in the drop down menu on the product page manually. 15% off all options during pre-order! HERE.

HOB1E Large House - Save 15%
This 15mm scale one piece highly detailed resin building requires no assembly. Suitable for any Human campaign in a fantasy wargaming world it depicts the dwelling of those in a more urban or wealthier area who are at the top of the pecking order. Three floors tall. A many faceted tiled roof with many small windows sits atop a solid stone structure with wooden panel detailing. A wooden door with iron brackets and five windows on the front, five more windows with shutters upon the rear of the building. A chimney stack tops out with two chimney pots in one corner of the structure. There are many other small details on this model. This building is 65mm wide, 50mm deep, 75mm tall to apex of roof. Price is 12.50GBP. Buy three sets and save an additional 10% off list prices using the option in the drop down menu on the product page manually. 15% off all options during pre-order! HERE.

These buildings were sculpted by our lead designer Sam Croes and as well as being superb for wargaming they are also beautiful objects in their own right which would look at home on your table or desk. They are unlike anything I have seen in wargaming and just call out for painting and your affection. I personally now want a tavern..a pub...called 'The Blind Cockatrice' of course. Enjoy the pre-order offer everyone! 

Thanks for Reading.

GBS

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Ikwen Packs released at 15mm.co.uk


Today is the day!  Last week we put up two preview postings about the new miniatures coming from Loud Ninja Games through us here at 15mm.co.uk.  The Ikwen are now released and the three packs and the value platoon pack can be found on our website on the Loud Ninja Games Page.  If you know all about it click on through and see them now and you can select which part of the range to see by using the search box on the page screen to narrow the selection to 'only Ikwen' or 'only Wasteland Mutants' if you prefer.

If you missed the previous posting then you can see it by going HERE.

This link goes to a great concepting and development posting where the history, society, weapons, hierarchy, armour and costume of the Ikwen are discussed and shown through text and artwork to a degree far beyond that which is typical in 15mm science fiction outside of game books.  Well worth a read for Eli Arndt's words, Todd Ulrich's artwork and Roderick Campbell's sculpting. 

Here are the details of the Ikwen releases:


RAP016 Ikwen Militia Assault Rifles (6 Alien Infantry) 3.00GBP
This pack contains six different white metal 15mm scale miniatures armed with Assault Rifles.  This is the core pack upon which to build your forces.


RAP017 Ikwen Militia Light Machine Guns (6 Alien Infantry) 3.00GBP
This pack contains six white metal 15mm scale miniatures in three different poses armed with Light Machine Guns.  This is an infantry support pack for your forces.


RAP018 Ikwen Militia Rocket Launchers (6 Alien Infantry) 3.00GBP
This pack contains six white metal 15mm scale miniatures in three different poses armed with twin tube Rocket Launchers.  This is a fire support pack for your forces.


RAP016P Ikwen Militia Platoon (24 Alien Infantry) 11.40GBP
This is a platoon value pack which offers you a complete force with a 5% saving off from purchase of the four packs that make it up.  Contents are twenty four white metal 15mm scale miniatures.  These are as follows: RAP016x2, RAP017x1,RAP018x1.

Go HERE.


Over a generation ago, the planet Kwiell was set upon by aliens bent on exploiting the natural resources of the planet. The planet’s native population, the Ikwen, found themselves suddenly enslaved and their society rocked as they were enslaved, put to work and in many cases hunted and killed.  The Ikwen have spent decades in frustrated servitude to these invading overlords, hedging on their beliefs and their close-knit kinship ties to get them through. It was only when the invaders sought to remove their spiritual identities that they found the courage to rise up and go to war.

The conflict began as acts of sabotage, ambushes and in some cases organized resistance but as time went on it grew into a very real, very active militia war. Weapons were procured through theft or the trade of the very resources they had been robbed of. Groups of soldiers took to the wilderness, the highlands and steppes where they enlisted the locals there into their fight. Ancient desert fortresses and settlements were once more turned into homes for fighters and their families. Ancient warrior traditions and less-spoken of factions found a renewed place in the world.

The Ikwen are one side of an asymmetric war against a higher tech, invading enemy. They fight in a less organized, militia style, utilizing acquired weapons, not of their of own manufacture. While we see them as very much freedom-fighting indigenous life forms, use them as alien invaders, allies, mercenaries or even lower tech indigenous forces for more organized warfare.

Thanks for Reading.

GBS

Friday, 27 February 2015

Concepting and Developing the Ikwen

On the 4th of March 2015 the latest expansion to the growing and respected Loud Ninja Games miniatures line will be released.  Eli Arndt has earned himself a reputation as a great guy, a keen hobbyist and a deliverer upon promises made.  If you missed the first look posting on the Ikwen then go back one post and have a look.  Otherwise you can read on to learn about the concepts and ideas behind the Ikwen that have taken them from the mind to the page to the hand and to the mold.  So here is a link to the Loud Ninja Games page on 15mm.co.uk and from here it will be in Eli's own words:


Over a generation ago, the planet Kwiell was set upon by aliens bent on exploiting the natural resources of the planet. The planet’s native population, the Ikwen, found themselves suddenly enslaved and their society rocked as they were enslaved, put to work and in many cases hunted and killed.  The Ikwen have spent decades in frustrated servitude to these invading overlords, hedging on their beliefs and their close-knit kinship ties to get them through. It was only when the invaders sought to remove their spiritual identities that they found the courage to rise up and go to war.

The conflict began as acts of sabotage, ambushes and in some cases organized resistance but as time went on it grew into a very real, very active militia war. Weapons were procured through theft or the trade of the very resources they had been robbed of. Groups of soldiers took to the wilderness, the highlands and steppes where they enlisted the locals there into their fight. Ancient desert fortresses and settlements were once more turned into homes for fighters and their families. Ancient warrior traditions and less-spoken of factions found a renewed place in the world.

The Ikwen are one side of an asymmetric war against a higher tech, invading enemy. They fight in a less organized, militia style, utilizing acquired weapons, not of their of own manufacture.  While we see them as very much freedom-fighting indigenous life forms, use them as alien invaders, allies, mercenaries or even lower tech indigenous forces for more organized warfare.


Designing the Ikwen, I have always had an image of their conflict in my mind, even if I have never quite assigned an enemy to them (this has become part of their appeal). In their back story they are an exploited indigenous people, rising up to fight for their home world. Part of exploring this back story has been trying to visualize what this world and their conflict might look like. To this end, I have been working with my concept artist, Todd Ulrich, to do some art that depicts their fight.

In the above picture we see several Ikwen moving through the rocky terrain of their home world. In the foreground three militia fighters move cautiously passed a long-downed flyer of alien origin. The foremost fighter packs with him a case containing extra ammunition. His companions can be see carrying Huli blades and assault rifles purchased from arms dealers, likely with valuable natural resources.  In the background, the other Ikwen are engaging an overhead enemy. The rocket launcher, hunkered down behind a half buried industrial rig is firing off his first rocket. After that, he can eject the spent canister from the disposable frame, dropping the second canister into place. ready to fire.  I hope that you enjoy this art from Todd Ulrich. As the Ikwen miniatures progress, I hope to have some more art done. 

The Ikwen range is designed to represent one side of a conflict against an undetermined foe, making them ideal opposition force for any range of miniatures as they are not designed to fight any specific force. This is not special, in itself, but what makes their weapon design tough as a militia force is that they have no pre-made world from which they would have sourced their irregular arsenal. When considering how to arm them, the decision was made to give the Ikwen weapons that were analogous to the weapons seen in terrestrial militia forces, but not human weapons. A balance between form and function had to be reached and with the help of artist Todd Ulrich, I think we did just that.


Todd took my notes and together we came up with what you see above. With the exception of the blades (Huli) the other weapons are very much cousins to weapons we know. Assault rifles, sub-machine guns, shotguns, and the rest of the cast are here. All familiar, but looking like they were made in a factory far away. This will allow them to fight any force of miniatures enemies and not have to worry about having weapons that are too human or too alien.

In a lot of ways the weapons were picked based on how they would look in the hands of miniatures. I can see Ikwen swinging around their Huli or lugging around the suitcase-like reloads of their rocket launchers while they scurry around, snapping off shots with their rugged assault weapons, all in a desperate play to fight whoever players pit them against.





The Ikwen do not wear conventional clothing because they really have no biological or societal imperative to do so. Having evolved in the environment in which they exist, unlike humans who evolved in warmer climates and then left that behind, the Ikwen are already protected from their environment by then nature of their bodies which include a small degree of natural body armour (e.g.thick, knobby skin). They have no external genitals either, so no reproductive parts to keep safe. They do wear religious clothing in the form of the breach cloth Zkoot. Another element that keeps them from covering up too much is that they breath through slits in their abdomen that are concealed under the scale there. As for body armor, it comes down to availability, the same sort of availability that limits the amount of body armor seen in current day Earthly militia/rebel/insurgent/freedom fighters. We see very few examples where such groups are equipped beyond the basics of war - a gun and some ammo.

Zkoot. My background in gaming starts as an RPG guy and this has stuck with me all along. I usually end up on the GM side of things and as such world building, character developing and background fluff are sort of second nature to me. This comes out in my miniatures projects as well whether it is my own gaming or designing stuff for release by LNG.

When developing the Ikwen, it was important form to manifest some sort of cultural elements in their designs. One of the easiest ways to do this in miniatures is through distinctive articles of clothing. In the Ikwen this came out as a sort of ceremonial cloth worn around the waist called a "Zkoot". 


Every Ikwen receives a Zkoot at birth. It is the first and last thing they will ever wear. The Zkoot is tied into their belief system and the Ikwen believe that they record the events of their life to be proclaimed when they enter the afterlife and join their ancestors. To die without a Zkoot is to be denied the afterlife. 

Zkoot are worn tied around the waist in a way that allows a wide panel to hang between the legs. This panel displays patterns and symbols that identify the family ties, community and even nationality of the Ikwen wearing it. The Zkoot is worn at all times except when being washed or repaired and even then certain rituals must be upheld in the way it is maintained including restrictions on materials, folding and storage. Holy men among the Ikwen do not wear the Zkoot around their waist. Instead they wear their sacred cloth draped over their head and shoulders, shrouding their faces. In this way, interaction with the holy men is not with them but directly with the lineage displayed on the Zkoot and thus the ancestral line of the Ikwen.

Because of the connection with the afterlife, the absence or loss of a Zkoot is a serious crisis for Ikwen. Those born outside of traditional family bonds or who are orphaned often have no Zkoot and live marginalized lives. Those without Zkoot or "Hadzakoot" are often looked on as untrustworthy, false, even corrupted as they are seen to have no accountability. It is no surprise that Hadzakoot are often involved in criminal dealings and other undesirable lines of work. It is possible for a Hadzakoot to acquire a Zkoot in some cases such as adoption, special religious rituals and high-level political decree. It is considered an incredibly solemn and selfless act to bequeath one's own Zkoot to another Ikwen and thus surrender ones chances at an afterlife.

Ki-Ki-Zkoot. There are few instances where the Zkoot plays directly into the actions of Ikwen as in the case of the Ki-Ki-Zkoot, a sect of fanatic warriors. Ki-Ki-Zkoot have always existed among the Ikwen but have always risen in numbers during times of great conflict when there is a need for those who are willing to do the things that would shame their lineage.  Ki-Ki-Zkoot surrender their sacred cloths in a ceremony in which they pass them on to an unfortunate soul, bringing them into their families to replace them. While this frees the fanatic of his obligations to his ancestors, it also indentures the recipient of the Zkoot to the great responsibility of not only fulfilling his obligation to his new family but also honoring the warrior who's place he has taken. The recipients known as Yotzkoot often go on to be civic leaders, frequently rising as priests, teachers, or other mentors to their communities. 

Once they have shed their Zkoot, these fanatics are unfettered by societies rules and expectations. They are now ready to fight an unrestricted battle and it is expected that they will do anything and everything to win short of suicide. While sacrifice and extremes are the stock and trade of these fanatics, to waste their lives and the opportunity needlessly is still looked on as taboo. Ki-Ki-Zkoot are often scarred and marked, showing their savagery in open displays. They often carry multiple weapons, including melee weapons.

Mugoda. Every society has it's rebels and those who buck convention. Among the Ikwen, these are the Mugoda or "Shadowy Ones". These Ikwen live by a different set of rules within  proper Ikwen society. They are a sort of under-society that exists to function where a society needs them to - breaking rules, while adhering to their own. In many ways the Mugoda are the organized crime syndicates of this alien culture. 

Like the Ki-Ki-Zkoot they exist to do things that polite Ikwen society does not look fondly upon. Unlike the warrior fanatics, these Ikwen have not surrendered their Zkoot but instead wear theirs proudly and garishly, attaching charms and trinkets, trophies and other embellishment to what is normally a very modest attire. They also pierce their skin with obvious signs of wealth and wear jewelry. To the Mougoda, it's best to live life well because the afterlife is not going to be pleasant. Mugoda afterlife is an eternity of low service and drudgery. It is also worth noting that dealing with Mugoda is allowed by common Ikwen belief as the layer of detachment absolves one of any real guilt. 

The Mugoda figure prominently in the Ikwen's fight as their underworld enterprise allows them access to materials and resources not available to those among regular society. This has allowed them to stockpile weapons and armor, fighting with gear that is often far more sophisticated than the rest of the Ikwen militias. In this way, these criminal syndicates provide a much needed backbone to regular militia, though often at a cost.





The Miniatures. At the end of this process we have the miniatures sculpted by Roderick Campbell. We hope you like them as much as we go.

Thanks for Reading.

Eli

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Ikwen coming 4th March 2015 from Loud Ninja Games

Over a generation ago, the planet Kwiell was set upon by aliens bent on exploiting the natural resources of the planet. The planet’s native population, the Ikwen, found themselves suddenly enslaved and their society rocked as they were enslaved, put to work and in many cases hunted and killed.  The Ikwen have spent decades in frustrated servitude to these invading overlords, hedging on their beliefs and their close-knit kinship ties to get them through. It was only when the invaders sought to remove their spiritual identities that they found the courage to rise up and go to war.

The conflict began as acts of sabotage, ambushes and in some cases organized resistance but as time went on it grew into a very real, very active militia war. Weapons were procured through theft or the trade of the very resources they had been robbed of. Groups of soldiers took to the wilderness, the highlands and steppes where they enlisted the locals there into their fight. Ancient desert fortresses and settlements were once more turned into homes for fighters and their families. Ancient warrior traditions and less-spoken of factions found a renewed place in the world.

The Ikwen are one side of an asymmetric war against a higher tech, invading enemy. They fight in a less organized, militia style, utilizing acquired weapons, not of their of own manufacture. 

While we see them as very much freedom-fighting indigenous life forms, use them as alien invaders, allies, mercenaries or even lower tech indigenous forces for more organized warfare.

On 4th March 2015 we will be releasing the next packs in the Loud Ninja Games range at 15mm.co.uk.  These will be the Ikwen as described in the words of their imagineer Eli Arndt. Sculpted by Roderick Campbell there will be three packs and a platoon pack with saving.  Here are pictures of the codes for you to look at:

RAP016 Ikwen Militia with Assault Rifles (6 in pack)
RAP018 Ikwen Militia with Light Machine Gun (6 in pack - 3 poses)
RAP017 Ikwen Militia with Rocket Launchers (6 in pack - 3 poses) 
RAP016P Ikwen Militia Platoon (24) with saving!
We will be putting up more information real soon in a background posting before the release. These are lovely 15mm sci-fi miniatures with an original idea behind them and we love them.  We hope you do too.

Thanks for Reading.

GBS

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

New Element Bases for HOTT at 15mm.co.uk

As part of our ongoing process of enlarging and improving our own and your beloved 15mm.co.uk we have taken the step today in retiring most of our old 'Supabase' range of bases and replacing them with lighter resin ones.  These are high quality resin bases in the cartouche style as used in Flintloque over on Alternative Armies meaning they have rounded edges.  This rounded edge makes for a lovely finish when painted and is much easier on your gaming terrain surface as well.  So without further ado lets move along and have a look at the HOTT 2nd Edition element bases now on our website.


HOTT 2nd Edition Element Bases
We have five new packs of cartouche style element bases for use with HOTT 2nd Edition or with any other element using wargame system.  Produced in high quality grey tone resin these bases all have a 40mm frontage and varying depths.  These correspond exactly to the sizes used in HOTT and to the basing table for different troop types in the game; those being Letter A to Letter E.  Each pack is priced at 2.00GBP and contains a varying number of the same size base.  Our website features one page for these bases and you can make your selection by clicking on the drop down product menu.
CLICK HERE to go to our website.  Details are below.

EBR01 15mm by 40mm Rectangle Element Base (10 per pack)
EBR02 20mm by 40mm Rectangle Element Base (8 per pack)
EBR03 30mm by 40mm Rectangle Element Base (6 per pack)
EBR04 40mm by 40mm Square Element Base (4 per pack)
EBR05 60mm by 40mm Rectangle Element Base  (2 per pack)


HOTT 2nd Edition 24AP Armies at 15mm.co.uk
We have twenty different great value pre-assembled army packs for use with HOTT.  These are very popular and we will be doing more of them during 2015 as we outlined in the Monster Survey.  From today the element bases supplied with every army you purchase will be our resin ones.  These armies offer great value for money and give you all you need to play right out of the box.  Go HERE.


From today all of our HOTT 24AP Armies will be supplied with our resin bases when unpainted and when purchased painted and based will be supplied finished upon the new resin bases.  We offer all of our armies professionally hand painted by our experienced staff right here in Scotland.  This means you get an expertly packaged army which is ready to use right away upon arrival.

We have new images of three of our Pro-Painted and Based 24AP Armies now with the new bases on the website.  These are HOTT1003 Orc Warhorde, HOTT1007 Undead Army and HOTT1010 Dragonman Army.  These are in stock and as a wee treat we have taken 5% off the price unpainted and also painted and based.  You need do nothing as the price is already changed in the screen. HOTT is a great classic game system for any level of experience of wargamer.  Give it a go this weekend.

Thanks for Reading.

GBS