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Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:04 pm
Really lovely looking game. Giant worms can be a complete pain, one of my crossbowmen managed to take one out in hand to hand combat but the next one got him.
I often take out a giant worm...
Excellent Dave. This got me interested. So it’s your fault and you have to make me some terrain for it now.
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Just use one of your 'caulked' sheets and put some buildings, trees and barrels on it. It won't be frosty but I'll be off the hook.
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Beautiful wargaming at its best. Thanks for sharing Dave.
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Looks awesome. I think Frostgrave is brilliant, best fluff and backstory to a game in a long time. I've deliberately steered myself away though. As much as I love to read about these games they're too scenery heavy for me, Dave has the right idea doing it in 15mm.