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    • Warcradle Classics Wave VII
      It’s that time - Warcradle Classics Wave VII is coming your way and it’s full of a host of miniatures from Dystopian Wars! This range has been created to give you all a chance to get hold of your favourite classic miniatures - and complete those fleets too.

      Wave VII contains an assortment of items from the first Two Editions of Dystopian Wars and includes submarines, frigates, carriers and more.

      Remember, the Warcradle Classics range is being produced in limited numbers so keep your eyes on our social channels to find out what's available, and when pre-orders go live, so you don't miss out on that certain something.

      Warcradle Classics items are available to order through our trade partners and the Wayland Games web store

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    • SPOILER ALERT!
      What's coming out next for Wild West Exodus? Well, some of you may have already seen our FIRST Spoiler Alert - if you haven't seen it yet now's the time to go looking!

      Over the next four days, we will be releasing three more spoilers across the internet and no two will be shared in the same place... If you're successful in finding the Spoiler Alert images we leak, the real hunt begins: can you guess the next set of Wild West Exodus releases?

      Next month's new releases are available to pre-order from our online store and your FLGS from Friday 28th September.
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    • Warcradle Classics Wave VI
      Warcradle Classics Wave VI is coming your way and it’s full of all sorts of delights from Dystopian Wars! This range has been created to give you all a chance to get hold of your favourite classic miniatures - and complete those fleets too.

      Wave VI contains 23 items from the first Two Editions of Dystopian Wars and includes a variety of ships and tanks, this Wave also includes the first robot to be included in the Warcradle Classics range.

      Remember, the Warcradle Classics range is being produced in limited numbers, keep your eyes on our social channels to find out what's available, and when pre-orders go live, so you don't miss out on that certain something.

      Warcradle Classics items are available to order through our trade partners and the Wayland Games web store.


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    • New Wargame Terrain with Dark Assembly 8mm
      Red Beam Designs has more terrain and scenery for sci-fi and fantasy tabletops! The new Dark Assembly 8 mm range has been released for pre-order for trade from Warcradle Studios.

      The Dark Assembly 8 mm range can be used for all types of small-scale sci-fi and industrial fantasy wargames - it’s also compatible with Adeptus Titanicus; tough war machines won’t look out of place amongst this terrain! 

      Just like the Dark Assembly range, these are great-value MDF items that are easy to assemble with full assembly instructions online. Assembly instructions for all Red Beam Designs products can be found on the new Red Beam Designs website.

      All items are due for release at the end of October 2018.

      Red Beam Designs Dark Assembly 8 mm scenery is currently on pre-order at Wayland Games and soon to be on pre-order from your FLGS.
       

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    • Warcradle Classics Wave V
      Warcradle Classics Wave V is approaching fast - what can we say? We want to make sure you all have the chance to get your mitts on your favourite classic miniatures!

      Wave V contains 25 items from the first Two Editions of Dystopian Wars and includes a variety of ships and tanks - perfect to finish up your fleets.

      Remember, the Warcradle Classics range is being produced in limited numbers so keep your eyes on our social channels to find out what's available, and when pre-orders go live, so you don't miss out on that certain something.

      Warcradle Classics items are available to order through our trade partners and the Wayland Games web store.
       

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    • I´m really liking the rules and I have watch several videos on youtube for battlerports that make the game looks really fun and intersting. I´m hoping that if I start with some the Red Oak box I can try to get others to play with me, see how fun it is and hopefull jump on the wagon  I will also try to get some nice terrain so the game feel much more alive. I have also desided that before I run any test game I will paint up everything! I´m usually bad in geting paint on the models but with only around 10 models in Red oak it should be possibly and it would make the minature and game more attractive.   Good to hear that you like the rules and that they seem fun. The miniatures are grsat and the new one looks awsome. Guess it will be hard not to buy new ones   
    • You're most welcome. Like I said, I was pretty deep into WWX in first edition, and I still really like the setting and stuff. During the tail end of the run w/ Outlaw, I dropped out a little because I felt it was starting to suffer pretty badly in terms of rules bloat and general imbalance, and did some other things for a while. I knew 2nd edition from Warcradle came out, but it was hard to find around my area, so it wasn't until Adepticon last year that I finally got a demo and was pleased with the changes, so dusted off my models and started diving back in. And yeah, Rule of Cool on the models is how I go, too. It's unfortunate that I think so many of the models are cool that I have all original factions, and want more... Well, unfortunate for my wallet anyways.
    • Welcome!

      I'm glad that you have joined the Dark Council! The game is still growing and spreading to new areas. Gunfight at Red Oak is perfect for showing the game off at your FLGS/Gaming Group and see if more people can get involved and maybe get some opponents. 
      As for new player advice? Start with the basics, learn about movement and the different actions and interactions there, then move onto shooting and then combat. Keep a reminder close to hand for Fortune as it has a massive impact on how the game is played, the same with G&G Cards. Don't be afraid to make mistakes and if something doesn't feel right then ask here or on TDC and someone will get back to you. 
    • Thanks Valander for your very good answer. It really give a lot for me to think about. I have joined the Facebook group and it seems more active then this forum.   My plan right now is to buy the Red Oak box and start there. Later on I will do warrior nation, they look so cool so I can´t not buy them.  And I´m not a powergamer, I always beleive that collest models wins  
    • time to get Capt. K9 to run down that a** licken feline  and give him a tast of the same
    • Welcome. First, yeah this forum seems to be a little quiet. I haven't been back in WWX for long, though I was a big player (and deputy) for the first edition; I've only recently jumped back in after a demo last Adepticon. 1. It's popular in some areas, I think, and unheard of in others. I'd actually recommend checking out the Dark Council Facebook group (if you Facebook) as it's a lot more active than here, and you might be able to find other folks in your area. 2. From what I've seen, the Gunfight at Red Oak is a pretty decent set for 2 players. So if you're wanting to try it out with a buddy, this will give you two smaller posses to throw down with, plus the cards and dice and template and gubbins (tokens) you need.  3. I play mostly Lawmen, but have dabbled with Warrior Nation as well, and played against Union, Warrior Nation, Outlaws, and Enlightened. They all have their own feel, but I wouldn't say any one of them is "unfun," but some might not have a playstyle you like. While shooting is kinda big in this game, and Warrior Nation can struggle against that a little if there is not enough terrain, they also do have some other ways to deal with that like Spirit Totems that act as portals so they can teleport around a bit. 4. Don't know, haven't ordered direct, and can't even guess what service to Sweden might be like since I'm in the US. 5. I think the best advice for a new player is to really keep an eye on your models' abilities and don't forget any synergies they have. Also, activation order is important, as is resource management in the form of Fortune chips and knowing when to best use them. Like most games, I'd recommend starting out small and learning as you go, and maybe do some proxies of other units before you figure out what next to buy.
    • Every time I see that wonderful explosive cloud from a successful Nuclear Weapon attack spreading damage across multiple ship  I think, "Remember Dramos." 
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