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Must Contain Minis17 Jul 2021 12:33 p.m. PST

Recently I got the opportunity to check out a Battlefleet set for Dystopian Wars. Specifically, I checked out the Tempelhof Battlefleet for the newest edition of Dystopian Wars. After checking them out, I made both a video and written review of the product. Today, I would like to share those reviews with you.

You can see the Video Review on YouTube here…
You can check out the Written Review here… link


Video Review…
Written Review… link

JMcCarroll18 Jul 2021 5:29 a.m. PST

I have the original Dystopian Wars models and must say they look a lot better than the new ones. The plastic models look off, but I do like the new fighter and bomber stands. Prices are a little steep also. Why they went to Chinese ships for the EotBS I don't know. They waited way to long for most people to get back to into Dystopian Wars.

Personal logo javelin98 Supporting Member of TMP19 Jul 2021 2:45 p.m. PST

I loved the original DW sculpts! These look pretty nice, too, but not like the originals. It saddens me that Spartan Games went under, but at least someone was willing to pick up the IP and run with it.

Thanks for posting a nice in-depth review, MCM!

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