The quickest and easiest way to storm the battlefields of WARMACHINE
March 1947. As Europe emerges from the worst winter in living memory the Soviet war machine is replenished and ready for action. 1946 was not the greatest year for The Motherland, although the German invaders were repulsed in their efforts to invade. After reverses before the winter set in, the Soviet war machine is now ready to roll west and crush the German foes before them.
With the New Introductory set Stike On Kar’A Nine now available for Pre-Order the question arises… which set do I need to get?
Warlord Games have very kindly provided the gamer with a choice of starter sets for Gates of Antares now, so while I am hoping that one off the new Strike On Kar’A Nine turns up any day now gift wrapped and delivered by a man in red lets have a look at both sets.
The new Konflikt ’47 British Starter Set is just bursting at the seems with new Automated infantry and special weapons!
So in my effort to cut down on games that I buy in to, you may remember my brief thoughts on it here, I may have accidentally planned to buy Dropfleet Commander and have brought the New X-Wing starter as well as the new release Heroes of the Resistance expansion pack, so you can see how solid my resistance is (no incredibly bad pun intended)!
Today I’m going to look at what you get in the new Infinity starter box set, Operation Red Veil. This is the next in line boxset of this type to be released and is aimed at both gamers looking to start playing Infinity, and gamers that are looking to expand their Infinity collections.
Yesterday Warlord announced several special deals so lets see just what is on offer, please note these offers may run out/be removed/exdended as Warlord see fit they are nothing to do with us.