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Wargame News and Terrain Blog04 Jan 2013 5:05 a.m. PST

Hi, welcome to the second review of one of the Megalith Games starter sets! This time we will take a look at the fierce Trolodyte faction of the fantasy skirmish game called Godslayer manufactured by Megalith Games. This epic game of good and evil is set in the rich and detailed fantasy universe named Calydorn, Godslayer is created to be a fast and tactically challenging tabletop skirmish game played with detailed metal miniatures. The skirmish game is designed for two or more players and offers a totally new gaming experience with many aspects never before seen. As a skirmish game Godslayer allows players to field a group of warriors in combat engagements. These so called warbands represent hunting parties, scouting forces, raiders or simply bands of adventurers, mercenaries, or bandits.

To conclude this Trologdyte faction starterset, I can only say great quality and fit for skirmish miniatures! The miniatures are huge and are easy to assembly with some glue and greenstuff (I haven't used pinning but I guess they will survive the many tabletop adventures that they will see). The boxed set includes everything you need to play with the exception of dices and a ruler so two starter sets allow you to immediatly play the game so no need to immediatly buy the rulebook allowing you to graduatly increase the number of special rules and battle tactics. This starterset now retails at €39.95 EUR and is available directly from Megalith Games.

Interested in the entire review including pictures of individual models, assembly guide and a scale comparison with the Nordgaard dwarves? Take a look here

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Cheers from the Wargame News and Terrain Blog!

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian04 Jan 2013 5:41 a.m. PST

I can only say great quality and fit for skirmish miniatures!

I'm confused. Did you expect lower quality because they were skirmish figures?

Wargame News and Terrain Blog04 Jan 2013 7:51 a.m. PST

No I mean, good quality and there for excellent as skirmish miniatures. :) My apologies for the confusion, thought the sentence was clear but I'm not a native english speaker so I could be wrong of course.

Blog post modified and hopefully not confusing. Cheers and thanks for pointing that out editor!

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