Timeline 300 is a tabletop wargame, designed to be played between two or more players, that uses collectable miniatures which are intended to be built, painted, and personalised by each player so that she can construct a personal army of her (or perhaps, his) very own. Your tactical skill, and a random factor determined by the roll of dice, shall decide who wins your own “wars that never were”.
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Areas of Interest19th Century
Featured Hobby News Article
Featured Showcase Article
Showing off the work of Gerald Cronin, the artist behind the GJM Figurines Painting Service.
Featured Profile Article
The Editor is invited to tour the factory of Simtac, a U.S. manufacturer of figures in nearly all periods, scales, and genres.
Featured Book Review
Wars That Never Were, True Histories Of Armageddons That Never Will Be