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Pirates, Gangsters, Swordmasters, Gaming Mats, Gravestones & More in the Latest Issue of WI Primetime


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Wargames Illustrated Magazine Sponsoring Member of TMP of Wargames Illustrated writes:


Primetime
What is Primetime?
It's just one of the benefits we offer to our WIPrime members – a twice-monthly news-and-views bulletin from the people who bring you Wargames Illustrated magazine, about new and upcoming releases and events in our hobby.

What's in This Issue?

Battle Mat
Battlefront/Flames of War have released a new, premium quality, double-sided, 6' x 4' battle mat. Take a look at it in our video.
Battle Mat
Mad Dogs With Guns
The latest set of rules from Osprey Games covers the U.S. Prohibition Era of 1920s and 1930s America. We have a Flipthrough of the book for you to look at.
Mad Dogs With Guns
Pirate Plunder
We unbox a load of booty sent to us by the guys and gals behind new pirate game Blood and Plunder.
Pirate Plunder
Bases & Gravestones
>We check out a couple of new gaming accessories from Renedra – the 'plastic people'.
Bases & Gravestones
Dracula's America Miniatures
North Star Military Figures are producing miniatures for the forthcoming Osprey Gothic Horror skirmish game, Dracula's America. Here's a sneak-peek (and spin!) of some of the first wave of figures.
Dracula's America Miniatures
Open Combat: Swordmasters
This is the latest supplement for the Open Combat system, introducing new skills, terrain options, and scenarios. Have a Flipthrough of the book.
Open Combat: Swordmasters
What are the other benefits of being a WIPrime member?
Online access to 357 issues of Wargames Illustrated magazine, including the latest one. Discounts on products (from us and other manufacturers) and free digital publications – including Swordpoint, free copies of Team Yankee, and more!
Quick, tell me how I sign up for this fantastic service?
Just follow this link to find out more and sign up.
One last question – why isn't all this free?
Because the guy who spends all day doing it says he need to feed his family, and stuff.

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