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Anton Ryzbak16 Nov 2022 4:11 p.m. PST

Fresh from the creative minds at Wargames Atlantic another set in their Death Fields range, more photos here link


Puster Sponsoring Member of TMP18 Nov 2022 10:48 a.m. PST

A fine set, with spare heads that come out of your ears – and can be used nicely to supply female heads for sets like Barbarians2 from Frostgrave, especially when you can use a knife to cut down the collar and greenstuff to create hair.

The kneeling position looks a bit weired, and differs from that on the box – see the sprues.

The minis also work very well with other arms, and the arms supplied here offer good modern weapons if you kitbas their German and French WW1-kits into Death Korps of Krieg.

Overall a good addition to the spruebox, even when Death Fields is not your game.

Covert Walrus18 Nov 2022 2:56 p.m. PST

Handy for some background extras in skirmish games, or for conversions, yes.

There are such useful items and well done on their own sets from Wargames Atlantic.

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