Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Seasons of War: Core List

A new release for Seasons of War fans!

At many of the shows we have attended, people have responded positively to demo games of Seasons of War: Days of the Conqueror and have seen the potential of using armies in their collections to play games beyond those described in the book. The purpose of this 'Core Army List' is to allow players to represent most if not any pre-powder historical faction and even a fantasy army in a game of Seasons of War, by providing generic troop choices that can be tailored to suit a specific unit's arms and armaments.

To allow customisation, many unit types have 'Special Equipment Options'. This simply lists any additional Special Equipment the unit can take. Most of the rules for the Special Equipment options can be found in the main rulebook: Seasons of War: Days of the Conqueror. We have however added additional items and relevant rules in this supplement such as heavy armour, pikes and ranged warmachines.

We hope this Core Army List will provide an immediate means to allow all you gamers to play Seasons with any your armies, whilst we beaver away at providing more tailored and specific army lists such as Republican Romans or Germanic Tribes. Think of it as our very own Ravening Hordes. 

This supplement is available to download, for free, from the Seasons of War Resources page.

The main rulebook is available to buy as a PDF at Wargame Vault ($10 about £6.50) or as a hard copy from our website (£10 + p&p).

Monday, 21 October 2013

Fleet Lists now available to download

Hi All,

Quick update, we've uploaded the fleet lists for the Federal Union and the Kurgon Empire to the website. They're on the Engage Resources page here

They're 'print friendly' PDF's so you cna download, print out and use them for quick play games.



Monday, 14 October 2013

More Sci Crime pictures

Ian finished painting and basing his individual characters and crowds over the weekend, so we've got a few more pictures of fully painted Sci Crime miniatures to share with you, finished off with some terrain done by Ben!

A couple of crowds, perfect for hiding in, but also getting in your way.

Ian's individual characters.. wall-e has turned his hand to new skills
A fenced off storage yard, a perfect place for dodgy dealings and negotiations

Thursday, 10 October 2013

An inquiry by the Ministry of Internal Affairs has reported a 30% rise in Human on Cyborg crime...

From the grim darkness of the far future... wait no, that's not right..
From the grim darkness of Ben's office desk comes some sneak peaks of the other games we have in progress, one i'm particularly looking forward to: Sci Crime..

A mission led 15mm game that see's you play the part of a detective in a future world, with a good mix of on board and off board action you must gather evidence, arrest perps, protect witnesses and build a case to bring down crime lords and killers whilst making sure that the stress of the case doesn't drive you to drink or send you off the rails.

We've been busy ourselves painting up our characters and the civilians that will hide those you're aiming to arrest and gather around crime scenes getting in your way..

'The Colonel'
Crowds of civilians and bystanders

We're excited about this game and the completely different direction it takes from our other games has invigorated us over here. we'll hopefully have more news and insights soon.

over and out,

P.s. coming soon

New fleets lists and a campaign for Engage and a 'generic' army list for Seasons of War that will enable you to play using armies from most ages right up to the start of the black powder era whilst we work on individual army lists.