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  1. We here at Warcradle Studios have been holding on to our excitement for too long. With a brand new trailer outlining the next biggest product heading to Dystopian Wars. Keep your eyes peeled for the newest highly detailed, mammoth unit making its way onto the rough seas. After a tweak and a transformation, the Ice Maiden is back and better than ever. Players will now have the option to build their Ice Maiden in several different forms. Whether players want to create the Ice Maiden, the SMS Eiskalte Schoenheit or SMS Prinzessin Wilhelmina. New customisable features, such as weapon options and an alternate aircraft lift have been added to the refined model. Ice Maiden has enlisted reinforcements this time around, not just deploying as a single unit but as an entire Battlefleet Set. Including the infamous Ice Maiden, Cruisers, Frigates and Destroyers all within the box. These units are also customisable, enabling players to customise the weaponry across all units. The excitement is not over. Warcradle Studios are overjoyed to announce the first-ever terrain set heading to the tabletop for Dystopian Wars, with the Islands and Archipelagos Set available late August 2021. The Islands and Archipelagos set has the ability to enhance the naval wargamer experience on the tabletop, taking the game further than just the simplicity of a playmat on the table. Allowing players to customise the Islands to their gaming needs and immersing the game into more detail and atmosphere, players will be able to incorporate turrets and weaponry using magnetization into the terrain pieces available in the set. Want to take a closer look at the Ice Maiden’s abilities and more information on the SMS Eiskalte Schoenheit or SMS Prinzessin Wilhelmina? Be sure to head on over to the ORBATS to take a closer look at the technical. There will be some more announcements coming from us this month, including a new terrain line for Mythos, more releases for Dystopian Wars and the release of a faction you have all been waiting for. We’d love to know what you think of the Ice Maiden Battlefleet Set and the Islands and Archipelagos Set coming this August. Make sure you head over to the Sturginium Lounge to chat amongst the official community regarding these upcoming releases. View the full article
  2. This August release will debut the biggest set since the Hunt for the Prometheus Two-Player Starter Set, entitled the Ice Maiden Battlefleet Set. Included in the box is 1 x Ice Maiden that can also be made as an SMS Eiskalte Schoenheit or SMS Prinzessin Wilhelmina, 6 sprues - 3 x Imperium Frontline squadrons and 3 x Imperium Support Squadrons. Accumulating to a total of 6 Cruisers, 6 Frigates & 6 Destroyers. The Ice Maiden Battlefleet Set provides aspiring players with a new opportunity to get started in Dystopian Wars, containing an entire Imperium fleet in one box - worthy of a high amount of points in-game. “The Ice Maiden is a real centre-piece model and something to build a truly powerful Force around.” says Chris Pond, Assistant at Warcradle Studios. Dystopian Wars has built on the spectacular launch of the game at the start of the year with a strong release schedule, proving popular with the community and growing steadily. Connecting with other games titles, such as Wild West Exodus, within the Dystopian Age. This is an incredible month for Dystopian Wars as the greatly anticipated Crown faction makes its way onto the tabletop. With enthusiasm building online for the upcoming release of the Britannia Battlefleet Set, the first product for the fan-favourite faction. “We are all really excited for the Crown release. I can’t wait to get my hands on those ships!” Chris Pond, Assistant Studio Manager This Battlefleet Set Includes the mighty Britannia Battleship and two cruiser sprues each one allowing players to build one of five Crown Frontline Cruisers plus two Frigates. The Crown faction was teased earlier this year on St. George’s Day, providing players with an insight into the upcoming fleet joining Dystopian Wars. August is truly an incredible month for Warcradle Studios as a team and an exhilarating month for Dystopian Wars as a game system. With the release of the Ice Maiden, a new faction, and official in-game terrain adding further depth to the tabletop. The 'Islands and Archipelagos Set' provides enough terrain for a 2 feet x4 feet play area, making it easy to combine several sets for your games or add to your existing terrain collections. Creating a Dystopian Age environment that takes the game past a sea-themed playmat for players of Dystopian Wars. The set of islands have been designed with in-game strategy in mind. Allowing players to add additional turrets on the placements with ease with glue and magnetization, for perfect placement in play. Dystopian Wars is available to purchase from Wayland Games and a vast range of stores worldwide. Customers can pre-order their Ice Maiden Battlefleet Set, Britannia Battlefleet Set and Islands and Archipelagos Set from the 30th July 2021, ready for the retail release on the 28th August. All retailers are encouraged to contact Warcradle Distribution at tradesupport@warcradle.com for trade information. To celebrate the release of these three exciting products, players will be provided with a wealth of content to support the release. Including wallpapers, interviews, future spoilers, teasers and much more. This content will be shared within the Sturginium Lounge, the Official Dystopian Wars Community Channel, where players are encouraged to share their engagement with the game with a like-minded community. View the full article
  3. Whether you are looking for new terrain for your tabletop sci-fi adventures or expanding your Dystopian Wars fleets, July sees brand new releases for both Warcradle Scenics and Dystopian Wars. With a huge number of releases this month, be sure to head over to Wayland Games and your FLGS stores to get your pre-orders in throughout July. DYSTOPIAN WARS There are three new releases this month for Dystopian Wars, spanning across all three factions. Covenant of the Enlightened, The Imperium and The Union. With two new Battlefleets for the Union and the Enlightened, with the Descartes Battlefleet Set and the Constitution Battlefleet Set, the Imperium prepares for more reinforcements with the Imperium Support Squadrons. DESCARTES BATTLEFLEET SET After the previous releases for the Covenant of the Enlightened, with their involvement in the Two Player Starter Set and the Enlightened Frontline Squadrons. The Descartes Battlefleet Set heads to the sea with the first battlefleet release for the faction since Dystopian Wars Third Edition launched earlier this year. Discoveries in bionics have enabled peers in that field to influence the behaviour of a number of intelligent animals such as apes, birds, whales and dolphins. The creation of Physeter constructs from sperm whales is by far the largest of these undertakings. Usually they are employed as scouts or observers, bringing advanced warning of approaching enemies. Alternatively, once suitably equipped with a variety of weaponry they can be encouraged to make coordinated ambushes against agreed targets. During a battle, the Physeter Constructs are maintained and deployed from Control Ships such as the Descartes Class. These large, battleship-sized vessels boast advanced weaponry and are crewed by dedicated nautical engineers to further the cause of science. Even with the Physeter Constructs and batteries of Particle Beamers, the Descartes still need the support of smaller, faster ships. The Enlightened most commonly deploy Lovelace Class cruisers, but also outfit a number of different specifications. The Antarctica Class Superiority Cruiser, not only has a pair of Particle Beamers but also a devastating Heavy Particle Cannon. The Chatelet Class and the Ulysses Class are equipped with a small number of Scythe class fighters for reconnaissance and support, while the Stiletto Class relies on speed to get them in and out of engagements fast. The armed forces of the Covenant of the Enlightened are entirely composed of paid volunteers and are therefore few in number. The technological superiority of the Enlightened makes up for this with automation. Many of the smaller vessels in the Enlightened fleet are virtually crewless automatons loaded with sophisticated routines and reactions. This significantly cuts down on the crew needed for the navy as a whole. The Germain Class Zebek and Merian Class Frigate are two such vessels that are seen in squadrons alongside the larger vessels. CONSTITUTION BATTLEFLEET SET The Union are joining Dystopian Wars with their release, first making their way onto the water. The Constitution Battlefleet Set brings their American Spirit in tow, ready to stand up in their military might on both air and sea. During the Ore War the Union was forced to evolve into a nation that heavily industrialised the manufacture of weapons and engines of war to produce them at an unmatched rate. As conflict was largely on land, the Union fleets remained significantly underpowered compared to their rivals. With a belief in manifest destiny, the Union began to look beyond their own borders. It was easy to imagine the greedy faces of the other power blocs and the Union’s age old nemesis, The Crown, regarding this upstart American colony with avaricious eyes. To establish their rightful place, the Union focused on developing and constructing a fleet of ships to defend their shores and support their troops as they consolidated their positions around the globe. The Constitution Class Battleship is now the mainstay of the Union Fleet, the first twelve of these impressive vessels built in the closing years of the Ore War. Their main purpose was traversing the many wide rivers of the nation and rain fire on Confederate defences, or to assist in troop movement, their powerful paddlewheels are equally suited to the open seas. Now they, and many more like them, ensure that the Federated States can achieve their manifest destiny. Supporting the Constitution Class Battleships are squadrons of frontline cruisers built to withstand direct engagement with enemy fleets. The Yorktown, Intrepid, Reliant and Lexington Class Cruisers all boast powerful paddle wheels allowing them to remain agile under fire all the while raining shells upon their enemies. These ships are in turn supported by the ever-vigilant Akron Observers. These rotors watch both the skies and the waves for sign of threats to their squadrons as well as acting as long-range observers for the gun crews onboard the ships. Farragut Frigates are also a common addition to any Union fleet. These small but manoeuvrable vessels are able to make fast raids against enemy squadrons or in even greater numbers, larger vessels such as Battleships. IMPERIUM SUPPORT SQUADRONS Gain some extra support for the Imperium this month, as the Tempelhof Battlefleet has now set sail, the Imperium Support Squadrons are ready to take the heat off of the flagship in some full-fledged back-up. Commonly found in support of larger vessels of the Imperium’s Navy are a number of specialised cruiser variants. Built on the ubiquitous Blucher Class hull, these ships can be refitted as fast as any other frontline ship. The Konrad Class Support Carrier bears a flight deck with supply for a small number of Messer class fighters, providing air power where needed. Reiter Class Flak Cruisers are equipped with an impressive array of Vierling cannons, deadly multiple barreled weapons that launch scores of flak rockets into the air. These two vessels ensure that Blitzen Bomber squadrons can safely reach their targets without interception. Finally the Volsung Class deploys the formidable Sturmbringer Cannons on their decks that can char flesh and rupture enemy armour with terrible voltaic energy. The Imperium operates a large number of destroyer squadrons. Superior to the smaller frigates and escorts, Sigimer Class are longer, more heavily armoured and boast additional firepower. Toten Class, are heavier still and are equipped with two Sturmklaue cannons to cast bolts of lightning into the enemy. All of the new releases for Dystopian Wars are available to be pre-ordered at Wayland Games, online and lots of FLGS stores worldwide. OMEGA DEFENCE LINE - INDIVIDUAL SETS The popular terrain range from Warcradle Scenics is back, and this time you can get your hands on each individual piece within the set, without buying in to the whole range. Ideal for all your Sci-fi, Gothic and Industrial tabletop games. Upgrade your sci-fi terrain with the pre-painted, high-quality Omega Defence Line. With nine new products from the range joining the Warcradle Scenics library of terrain, there will be no need to break the bank before heading out into your sci-fi escapades. Starting at £8.00, your miniatures will have hard-cover, that will come straight out of the packaging, assembled and straight onto the tabletop. If you like the look of next month's releases, be sure to pre-order from your FLGS stores or online at Wayland Games this Friday. Due to be released at the end of July 2021.
  4. Have your Tempelhof Battlefleet from Dystopian Wars pre-ordered, and are looking forward for your fleet embarking in battle on the rough seas? Daz has spent some time this week painting up the Imperial SRS Tokens included in the set. Follow the steps below to achieve this effect on your Imperium SRS Tokens: Step 1 - I applied three coats of white using an airbrush held at a forty-five-degree angle to the token. I also ensured that the direction of the spray came from behind the waves as you can see in picture two. This will give us a solid foundation to create the illusion of water. View fullsize View fullsize Step 2 - The token was given a coat of dark green (P3 Gnarls Green) from directly in front. Step 3 - The token was given a coat of turquoise (P3 Meridian Blue) from directly behind View fullsize View fullsize Step 4 - I gave the token a dry brush of pale green (P3 Sickly Skin) and once again ensured that my brush strokes were focused away from the front. Step 5 - The token was given a five to one ratio glaze of green ink (Vallejo) Step 6 - The token was given a five to one ratio glaze of blue ink (Vallejo) Step 7 - Using a size 00 brush I applied dots and dabs of white across the tops of the waves Step 8 - The water was given a heavy coat of gloss varnish (Vallejo) Step 9 - The planes were given a base coat of P3 Ordic Olive. Step 10 - I applied a mass highlight of two to one ratio Ordic Olive mixed with a deep yellow (P3 Heartfire) across most of the token Step 11 - The engine housings and rear body were given a base coat of mid grey (P3 Ironhull Grey) and the cockpits were based with a bright turquoise (P3 Arcane Blue) Step 12 - Engine parts and weapons were given a coat of P3 Cold Steel Step 13 - I applied an edge highlight of Heartfire to the forward edges of the wings. Once dry the planes were given a wash of thinned down black ink. Step 14 - The stripes on the wing edge were painted with P3 Heartfire. Step 15 - To finish the planes the yellow stripes were given an edge highlight of bone (P3 Menoth White Base) View fullsize View fullsize Pre-Order the Templehof Battlefleet today at Wayland Games and a vast majority of FLGS Stores. We would love to see how you have painted your miniatures from Dystopian Wars. Be sure to show the staff here at Warcradle Studios, and the Official Dystopian Wars Community on Facebook your paintworks, along with gaining inspiration from fellow seadogs! View the full article
  5. The Tempelhof Battlefleet from Dystopian Wars has now leapt into action, and can now be pre-ordered at Wayland Games and a vast majority of FLGS Stores. Daz has spent some time taking us through how he achieves glow effects and details on the newest ship belonging to The Imperium. Follow the steps below to achieve this effect on your newest fleet: Step 1 I made a thin wash of turquoise (P3 Arcane Blue) and applied this sparingly to the areas I wanted to have a slight glow effect. Step 2 I repeated the process four times to get a significant depth of colour. Step 3 I made a very thin glaze of white and ran this into the centre of the coils, to suggest a pure light fading to blue. Step 4 I made a glaze of mid-blue (P3 Cygnar Blue Highlight) and applied this to the ends of the coils as they meet the base of the structure. Step 5 All military symbols were given a base coat of blue-grey (P3 Greatcoat Grey) Step 6 I added one part white to three parts grey and applied some rough highlights. Step 7 I added more white to around a fifty/fifty mix and applied a more controlled highlight around the edges of the symbol. Step 8 I added some weathering and outlined the symbol in pure white. Step 9 I applied two very thin (ten to one) glazes of Cygnar Blue Highlight to tie everything together. Step 10 To finish off I reapplied the edge highlight of pure white. That’s it for this week, want to show us how you have painted your recent fleets from Dystopian Wars? Or share how this technique worked for you? Head on over to The Sturginium Lounge to share your progress in the Official Dystopian Wars community. Be sure to keep an eye on our social pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to be kept up to date with new products, competitions, more painting tutorials and much more from Warcradle Studios. View the full article
  6. June is a big month at Warcradle Studios, with not just an abundance of new Dystopian Wars products, but an expansion to the popular Gloomburg terrain range from Warcradle Scenics. With five new releases in total, June releases are certainly ones to not be missed. So be sure to head over to Wayland Games and your FLGS stores to get your pre-orders in. DYSTOPIAN WARS Tempelhof Battlefleet Set The Prussian Imperium are getting reinforcements, as the Tempelhof Battlefleet Set is making its way into Dystopian Wars. With not just support by sea, but by air too. Air support is essential for the operation of an efficient fleet and as efficiency is the watchword of the Imperium Navy, Air Support is found in all sections of the Prussian Forces. At the heart of this is the Tempelhof Fleet Carrier. Its main role is to get its contingent of aircraft to within striking range of the enemy and provide anti-air support to them. They can often be equipped with the deadly Blitzen Bombers; heavy aircraft armed with devastating bombs to rain down on the enemy decks, coastal defences or even targets further inland. Enemy Admirals who have encountered these large bombers will never forget the deep throaty roar of their engines, if they ever survive the encounter that is. In support of the Tempelhof Fleet Carriers are assigned a number of specialised cruiser variants. Based on the ubiquitous Blucher Class Hull, but with a specialised bridge section, these ships can be refitted as fast as their frontline counterparts. The Konrad Class Support Carrier bears a short flight deck with supply for a small number of fighters allowing it to add to the squadrons of aircraft the fleet can put in the air. The Reiter Class Veirling Cruiser is equipped with an impressive array of flak cannons, ensuring the Blitzen Bombers can reach their targets without interception. Finally the Volsung Class Cruisers bear large Arc Cannons on their decks that can turn enemy armour into so much molten slag. Added to this array of impressive naval firepower are the Imperium Destroyers. The Sigimer Class Destroyers look similar to the Arminus Frigates, but are longer, more heavily armoured and boast an extra cannon. The alternative loadout to the Sigimer is the Toten Class that is equipped with two Volt Gun Batteries. Many an Admiral has underestimated these smaller vessels, much to their dismay as they watch their fleet sinking below the waves. Borodino Battlefleet Set Players who picked up the Hunt for the Prometheus Two Player Starter Set will be familiar with this upcoming fleet, the Borodino Battlefleet Set is now available to be pre-ordered individually without buying into the whole set. The main warhorse of the Commonwealth Naval warmachine is the Borodino Class Battleship. These vessels are of solid construction and the first of them to come out of the shipyards are still going strong after almost three decades of service. Bearing a comparable loadout of cannon to Battleships of other nations, and equipped with thick ablative armour the Borodino is able to give much more than it gets in a stand up firefight. As a result the Borodino Class Battleships are often found in the thick of the fighting. The Battleships are typically accompanied by the frontline cruisers, who’s equally durable armour and heavy gun turrets make them solid opponents for any enemy fleet. The Norilsk Heavy Cruiser has a distinctive long & sleek silhouette and it’s extra turret gives it that little extra firepower needed to hit at larger targets. The mainstay of the frontline cruisers are the Kutsov Class; solid and dependable they can be utilised in any number of operations. The Oleg Class Monitors and Sineus Class Fast Cruisers act as rapid response when speed is more sedated than firepower. In and amongst these larger ships are scattered squadrons of Rurik Frigates, their captains are adroit hunters and enjoy finishing off damaged larger targets. Commonwealth Support Squadrons The Russians have more than one release this month, providing reinforcements with The Commonwealth Support Squadrons going on to pre-order this month too. Typically accompanying the Flagships of the Commonwealth are support squadrons of cruisers and Stoletov Ekranoplans. The Pravda Support Carriers are equipped with short flight decks and limited aircraft capacity compared to the Mozhayski, but can launch a supporting screen of fighters or bombers to assist in attack runs. The Morosko Heavy Cryo Cruiser builds on the Norilsk hull design with the integration of an advanced cryo generator capable of forming deadly icebergs in their enemy’s path. The Khatanga Cryo Assault Cruiser is favoured by northern commanders as it takes this art of war one stage further with the addition of the ferocious Semyenov pattern assault bore in the prow. WARCRADLE SCENICS Gloomburg - Castle Set The ever-popular Gloomburg terrain pieces are back under the spotlight, with stunning new pre-coloured scenery available to pre-order now: Castle Set and Siege Engines & Scatter. The Gloomburg Castle perfectly fits both fantasy and historical tabletop settings, with functional doors and a portcullis that raises and lowers. Complete with arrowslits and battlements, your units will find safe-haven behind these walls for all types of tabletop gamer. Gloomburg - Siege Engines & Scatter To complement the detailed modular scenery set: the Siege Engines & Scatter Set. Offering the perfect add-ons to the Gloomburg Castle, with lookout posts, a catapult, drawbridge, battering ram and ladders. The mists curl and eddy around the dark village as a gentle breeze disturbs the deserted streets. The only sounds are the crows who gather on several roofs. Shadowed figures move in the darkness, hollow-eyed inhabitants of a once-thriving market town. What evil could have wrought this change? What will you find lurking in the gatehouse at the edge of town? If you like the look of next month's releases, be sure to pre-order from your FLGS or online at Wayland Games today. Due to be released at the end of June 2021. View the full article
  7. May releases have now been announced, head on over to Wayland Games and your FLGS stores to get your pre-orders in. We have three fantastic releases upcoming, so keep on scrolling to feast your eyes on these new and exciting releases coming to both Dystopian Wars and Wild West Exodus. DYSTOPIAN WARS The first release coming this May, is for Dystopian Wars. Bringing reinforcements and a new battlefleet for the Russian Commonwealth, the Mozhayski Battlefleet Set is gearing up to head the rough seas. The colossus that is the Commonwealth is able to draw on the massive resources available to mother Russia in order to build, not only its railways, industrial centres and power plants; but also battleships, airships, tanks and other machines of war in great numbers. The vast New Admiralty Shipyard in Saint Petersburg stretches for almost a mile along the banks of the River Neva, and the forges and factories are constantly producing vessels of all classes. The newer yard located on Vasilyevsky Island, at the mouth of the Neva is almost as industrious, but this newer facility is focused on the most modern of the Commonwealth’s designs. Less than 20 miles west of Saint Petersburg is the Kronstadt Naval Plant. Further south, on the Black Sea sits Sevastopol, a city founded for the sole purpose of building ships for the Commonwealth. All of these industrial centres, along with a myriad of smaller ones, are able to produce significant numbers of warships every year. This is how the might of the Commonwealth has been growing so rapidly of late. The ships of the Commonwealth are constructed of thick hulls and heavy armour, while advanced engines ensure they are still able to keep pace with ships of other nations. Commonwealth naval engineers specialise in the latest ablative armour, and have retro-fitted it to almost all of their legacy fleet. Though the Commonwealth places less emphasis on air support than the other Great Powers, they still appreciate its uses in achieving victory. The Mozhayski Fleet Carriers are integral to this combined arms doctrine and the expansive internal spaces for officers make them preferred command ships for Commodores. Typically accompanying these large carriers are support squadrons of cruisers and Stoletov Ekranoplans. The Pravda Support Carriers are equipped with short flight decks and limited aircraft capacity compared to the Mozhayski, but can launch a supporting screen of fighters or bombers to assist in attack runs. The Morosko Heavy Cryo Cruiser builds on the Norilsk hull design with the integration of an advanced cryo generator capable of forming deadly icebergs in their enemy’s path. The Khatanga Cryo Assault Cruiser is favoured by northern commanders as it takes this art of war one stage further with addition of the ferocious Semyenov pattern assault bore in the prow. The initial releases for the Commonwealth have seen the Borodino Class Battleship, Kutsov Class Cruisers with alternative builds, and Rurik Class Frigates which were all included in the Hunt for the Prometheus - Two Player Starter Set, along with the Commonwealth Frontline Squadrons - perfect to boster up your Commonwealth fleets. Long live Mother Russia, long live the Commonwealth, long live her People, long live the Tsar! Empire fans will be delighted to know that there are new Frontline Squadron’s heading your way after the newly released Ning Jing Battlefleet Set has had it’s time at sea, perfect to bolster your Empire Army with new Chinese reinforcements. The Navy of the Celestian Empire is the brainchild of Empress Shinzua, who as Speaker of the fleets quickly moved to control all aspects of nautical warfare in addition to her originally more prosaic areas of responsibility. The Empire is considered a global naval power, especially after their victories at Tsushima and Myeongnyang during the Anglo-Russian Korean Expedition. All of the coastal nations of the Empire design, build and crew their own sea-going vessels, but all ultimately serve the Blazing Sun. Warships are a source of great pride within the Empire, and the expansion of their borders necessitates deploying them more visibly, something that has been welcomed by the Empire’s Admiralty. The warships of China are the most numerous in the Empire’s navy. Their prow mounted chemical flame cannons, known as Huoqiang, make them formidable in any conflict and Chinese ships form the core of most of the Empire’s Battlefleets. The cruisers of the Chinese mount the deadly Huoqiang along with a mix of heavy guns and rockets. The crews of the Shanghai frigates are extensively drilled in working in large squadrons and can coordinate attacks with devastating effect. With the glut of manpower at its command, China’s shipyards are capable of churning out large numbers of cruisers and frigates giving it dominance in naval affairs countered only by the elite vessels of Japan. If you are eyeing up the newest frontline squadron, now is the perfect time to get stuck in. With both the Ning Jing Battlefleet and Empire Frontline Squadrons, your Empire army will soon become a wrath to not be contended with. WILD WEST EXODUS/LOST WORLD EXODUS The final release coming out in May will bring joy to those who found love in the Pride of Nekomata Detachment. Legendary Ichiko Kuga is joining the fray, mounted on her beasty companion Akarui. Ichiko Kuga is a member of the Japanese spirit walkers known as the Nekomata. She acts as their leader, Komanu Rayon’s adviser and close companion. A deeply spiritual fighter, Kuga has the closest connection to other Kami than her kin. After travelling to the Lost World in Antarctica, Kuga used this spiritual empathy to form a connection with one of the exotic species she encountered there. Akarui is a small, timid feline that, when imbued with the spirit of the Kami, increases in his size and ferocity. Akarui permits Kuga to ride him into battle when he has assumed this larger form and the pair make a formidable fighting team. You can pick up the Pride of Nekomata along with several other Lost World Exodus releases to play on the American Frontier. Each Lost World Exodus miniature released has been optimised to play in Wild West Exodus. Meaning the Legendary Ichiko Kuga would make a roaring addition to your Warrior Nation Faction. If you like the look of next month's releases, be sure to pre-order from your FLGS or online at Wayland Games today. Due to be released at the end of May 2021. View the full article
  8. April releases have been announced and are now available to pre-order from Wayland Games and your FLGS. What are they? Take a look! First up, two new releases for Dystopian Wars. The battlefleet for the Celestian Empire, Ning Jing Battlefleet, is on route for the high-seas. Our second Dystopian Wars pre-order is the Imperium Frontline Squadrons, offering support to the newly released Elector Battlefleet. Next up, bringing reinforcements for the Crown, you can now pre-order Drum of the Nautilus. From feeling the Wrath of Nautilus to hearing the legendary Drum. Captain Nimue has offered the self-aware, large Automata a place in her crew. Compatible with Wild West Exodus, this new miniature can bolster any Outlaw posse while awaiting the command to head to the Lost World. View more information about our March pre-orders below! DYSTOPIAN WARS Ning Jing Battlefleet Set This battlefleet set is the first for the Celestian Empire and gives you a large variety of build options so you can personalise your fleet to meet your gaming needs. Whether you’re a new or existing player looking to get started with the Empire, once your fleet is built and painted, you’ll be ready to battle it out on the high seas! Pre-order now from Wayland Games or from your FLGS. The Navy of the Celestian Empire is the brainchild of Empress Shinzua, who as Speaker of the fleets quickly moved to control all aspects of nautical warfare in addition to her originally more prosaic areas of responsibility. The Empire is considered a global naval power, especially after their victories at Tsushima and Myeongnyang during the Anglo-Russian Korean Expedition. All of the coastal nations of the Empire design, build and crew their own sea-going vessels, but all ultimately serve the Blazing Sun. Warships are a source of great pride within the Empire, and the expansion of their borders necessitates deploying them more visibly, something that has been welcomed by the Empire's Admiralty. You can read the full description on the product page. DYSTOPIAN WARS Imperium Frontline Squadrons New support is on the way for Prussian Imperium players the with new Imperium Frontline Squadron! Perfect for those in our community who have already picked up the Elector Battlefleet, there are a variety of options to build to meet the needs of your fleet. Pre-order now from Wayland Games or from your FLGS. The Imperium war machine is built upon a single concept - efficiency. Having the right weaponry for an engagement is often the key to victory and having access to all manner of different ship configurations allows an Admiral access to what she needs, when she needs it. With widespread rail networks extending from Prussia to the other Germanic nations of the Imperium, the navy (known as the Kaiserliche Marine) decided to equip a new generation of warships and support vessels with compatible gauge rails to allow weaponry and goods to be easily changed in short order. This allows the Imperium to be responsive to the needs of the operation at hand without having to go to the cost or lengthy construction times of creating specific ships to fill those requirements. Should a vessel be needed to bombard an enemy shore battery, then a Blucher cruiser can be modified to create an Augustus Bombardment Cruiser in less than a day. At the Wilhelmshaven Imperial Shipyard, the record stands for the refitting of the warship Stralsund. The cruiser had arrived fresh from hunting corsairs off the coast of Heligoland three hours earlier. In those few hours the yard crew removed her (still steaming) Volt Gun Batteries and installed a Gustav Heavy Bombard in their place. You can read the full description on the product page. LOST WORLD EXODUS Drum of the Nautilus The Drum of the Nautilus is sure to find its way to the Wrath of the Nautilus Detachment - some players will be certain it was meant to be. Whether you’re planning on playing a game of Wild West Exodus, or preparing for Lost World Exodus, this highly detailed resin miniature will be your right-hand Drum on the tabletop. Pre-order now from Wayland Games or from your FLGS. Drum is naturally very resilient, having a 'skin' of thick brass and copper and its strength is that of ten men. While seemingly a gentle giant where the crew of the Nautilus are concerned, he has no compunction in enthusiastically defending himself or his allies in combat. Drum can often be found stationary on the bridge of the Nautilus in an unending vigil, though if the word is given he is happy to venture off the vessel and join the crew in their adventures on land or as part of a boarding party. The Captain's favourite trick is to have Drum walk along the seabed to the far side of a ship while the ship's Chowkidar marines begin boarding actions, only for Drum to ascend on the far side of the enemy deck and cause havoc from this unexpected quarter. You can read the full description on the product page. If you like the look of next months releases, be sure to pre-order from your FLGS or online at Wayland Games today. Due to be released at the end of April 2021. View the full article
  9. Dystopian Wars arrives at Friendly Local Gaming Stores around the world from next Friday. There have been some great questions posed to the Studio so we thought we’d talk a little about how this exciting game will unfold into a massive range of lovely new miniatures and the rules and background to go with them! “Is the Hunt for Prometheus the only way to get the rules?” As we said before, as exciting and amazing as the Hunt for the Prometheus set is, it was always just the opening chapter in this amazing new era for Dystopian Wars. We expect most people will pick up a copy or two, but for those that want to wait a little longer, there’s the digital rulebook coming at the end of February and the Rules and Gubbins set coming at the end of March. The digital book is a great reference guide, but to get the full experience you’ll want to pick up the Hunt for the Prometheus or the Rules and Gubbins box so you can get hold of the dice, templates and Victory and Valour cards. All of these are not just pretty gaming products, they really are useful in making the game as fun and easy as possible to play. “Where are my Faction rules?” To accompany the launch of the Hunt for the Prometheus, we will be releasing the first of our Orders of Battle (ORBATs) for Dystopian Wars. The Commonwealth ORBAT and the Enlightened ORBAT. These documents are essential for players to build their Forces and contain Faction rules, Battlefleets, technologies and Unit profiles for every miniature we currently have for the Faction (and a few that will be coming soon!) The Enlightened ORBAT, for example, details everything a player for the Covenant of the Enlightened needs to get their new Force into battle. It also contains ‘Counts As’ rules so that you can use Classic Miniatures to represent the Units in the ORBAT. Of course, we haven’t released everything for the Enlightened or Commonwealth yet so there will be lots more Units to be added in future updates. But you can be assured that every Unit currently available at launch (and a few more that are coming in the next few months) are present and ready for their Commodores! “That makes sense for the Enlighted and Commonwealth but I have a large collection of Classic Miniatures for a different Faction. Does that mean I can’t use them?” Yes, you can! But not all of them straight away. Through February and March, in the lead up to the release of the Rules and Gubbins set, we will be releasing more ORBATs for the other six Great Powers. These will include the first units for each of those Factions to give existing players something to ‘Counts As’ along with giving future players an idea of what to expect! Just like with the Enlightened and Commonwealth, these ORBATs will not have all the Units that are planned for the Faction, but easily enough to allow you to get some models on the table and start playing some games! “When do other Factions start to get Models?” In March the first release for the Imperium arrives, the Elector Battlefleet, along with the Imperium ORBAT chock full of new units and technologies. Just like for the Commonwealth and the Enlightened there are a few glimpses of further releases too such as the Prussian Templehoff Fleet carrier, launching waves of Blitzen bombers at the enemies of the Imperium! After the Prussians for the Imperium, you can expect to see the Chinese for the Empire and Battlefleets for the other Factions thereafter. “What about the nations that are in the Factions?” Of course in the coming months, players will see that not only will the core nation for each Faction receive lots of attention, but the other member nations for the Factions will also begin to make an appearance. You can see that after the Prussians, the next nation to arrive for the Imperium are Scandinavia. Epitomised by the Ragnarok Battlefleet, the kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden are powerful members of the Imperium and bring centuries of seafaring wisdom to the Dystopian Age. These Wolves of the Sea have distinctive dagger-like vessels with inbuilt Fury generators and prow mounted arc weapons. Look for them early next year. Likewise, the Japanese for the Empire, Canadians for the Crown and Italians for the Alliance are all on their way soon. “That’s lots of ships… but what else? “ With eight factions and a whole range of battleships, cruisers, carriers, frigates and more, these naval battlefleets are going to be the majority of what we see released in this coming year. But that doesn’t mean that the more extraordinary marvels of the Dystopian Age have been relegated to the distant future. Keep your eyes out for a certain multi-part plastic kit for the Prussians that’s currently in the design phase at the studio… Mechanical squid, robotic dragons and mighty fighting machines - there’s lots more to Dystopian Wars than just battleships and zeppelins… Until next time Stuart View the full article
  10. The Hunt for the Prometheus release date is almost upon us, which means that you will soon have your hands on those beautiful miniatures and so you will naturally want to rush home and start painting then as soon as possible. The team at Wayland Games are no different and Stuart B, the manager of the gaming centre, has been enjoying painting the Commonwealth ships. He’s had so much fun that he has kindly put together a step by step guide for you to give you some pointers on getting the best out of these fine vessels. Hello, Stuart B here. Yes just to make things confusing there are two handsome chaps called Stuart at Wayland Games (and both are spelt correctly too!) In this blog, I will show you how I painted the Dystopian Wars Commonwealth Fleet for the Wayland Games Centre. These were great fun to paint, shouldn’t take you too long to get them onto the table and pointing their turrets at the pesky Covenant of the Enlightened! I used an airbrush for some parts, but I will try and suggest ways to get a similar effect. I will also suggest the Games Workshop alternative to any non GW paints I used. 1) First of all I primed the models black. As I will be using predominantly metallic paints I decided to use a black primer. Any black primer will do the job. 2) I used an airbrush and sprayed Black Metal from Vallejo Model Air and covered the whole of the models. This gives us a nice dark metallic base. You could get a similar effect using Iron Warriors from Games Workshop. 3) I then sprayed Chainmail Silver from Vallejo Game Air over the models leaving a small amount of black metal where the shadows would be. You could also use Ironbreaker from GW. If you don’t have an airbrush, then you could drybrush this on, concentrating at the bottom of the bottom of the cruiser. 4) I then sprayed Silver from Vallejo Model Air at the points where the light would hit the cruisers. This gives a nice bright and smooth metallic finish. You can use Runefang Steel. Again if you don’t have an airbrush drybrush towards the very bottom of the cruisers. 5) Now it’s time to shade the metal. At the moment it looks a bit bright and flat so it needs a wash to shade the details and give the model more definition. As I didn’t want to lose any of the smooth transitions from the airbrush I used an oil wash. First I gave the cruisers a gloss varnish, I used liquitex gloss varnish, but Ardcoat from Games Workshop will work fine. I then mixed a small amount of black oil paint with some white spirits. I made a wash consistency, and then applied it to the cruiser. Because of the gloss varnish, the oil wash will run into the recesses of the model due to the low surface tension. Science is great! Don’t worry if it’s a bit messy, we will clean this up in the next step. If you would prefer to use traditional washes, you can carefully use Nuln Oil and pick out the recesses with it. 6) After an hour of drying time, I used a cotton bud with pure white spirit to clean up any areas I wanted to clean up the oil wash. By doing this we have shaded the model without undoing any of the smooth metal transitions. I then gave the cruiser a matte varnish to seal it. 7) I picked out the crest on the front of the cruiser in Retributor Gold from Games Workshop. I also picked out any areas I wanted to have a candy red effect in gold. Make sure you change your water after you have finished as this paint has a lot of gold metallic pigments that will stay in your water cup. 8) I then used a makeup brush to drybrush Chrome from Vallejo Model Air all over the cruiser, including the gold areas. A makeup brush has really soft bristles and gives a really smooth drybrush finish. You can also use Stormhost Silver by Games Workshop. 9) I then used Seraphim Sepia to wash the gold crest, and blood angels red contrast paint to pick out the red areas. The contrast paints over metallics give a great candy finish. 10) We are on the home stretch now! I painted the deck with Zandri Dust from Games Workshop. Use 2 thin coats for a smooth finish. Keeping the paint thin will also make sure it runs into the recesses. Don’t worry if you paint over the pipes, we will paint these last. 11) I then Snakebite Leather over the deck. This gives a quick easy wood effect. And the warm colour gives a nice contrast to the cold silvers. If you go over any of the silvers, just tidy it up with a thin coat of Chainmail / Ironbreaker. 12) Paint all the pipes with Balthasar Gold from Game Workshop 13) Give the pipes a wash of Agrax Earthshade and we are done! I painted Lahmian Medium from Games Workshop over the whole cruiser to finish off. This will mean the cruiser has a consistent finish on all the areas as some paints will be a bit glossier than others. And there you have it, some nice tabletop standard cruisers. I used this technique on the Rurik Frigates and Borodino Battleship too. And now they are ready to show the Enlightened that all their fancy technology is no match for lots of big guns! Stuart B View the full article
  11. With eight factions depicting the Great Powers of the Dystopian Age, the studio is working hard to produce a range of exciting plastic and resin kits to expand your fleets. So what does March bring for the game and what does that mean for future releases? Stuart tells us more. Dystopian Wars is a very special range for us, for several reasons. One of them is that it is the first to feature our own in-house plastic injection multi-part kits. These have been conceived, designed, sculpted, laid out and engineered completely by the Warcradle studio and manufacturing teams. This is a huge deal as it gives us complete control over every aspect of the product for the first time. We are investing millions in expanding our manufacturing and studio teams as well as additional CNC machines and plastic injection equipment to meet our ambitious release plans for the coming years. March sees the first of the Battlefleet sets being released. Battlefleets are the building blocks of your Force. These are groups of Units that are always led by a Flagship. While they do not need to remain together during the game, there are benefits that can apply to all the units in the Battlefleet so your choices have a real impact on how the battle unfolds. While the Commonwealth and Enlightened already have their first releases as part of The Hunt for the Prometheus, it is the Imperium who see the first of the Battlefleet sets released; the Elector. This features the Elector Battleship as well as parts to build it alternatively as either a Kaiser Heavy Battleship or a Heidelberg Logistics Battlecruiser. These vessels showcase the versatile nature of the Prussian’s designs with components being easily changeable as the demands require it. Each of these classes is in reality the same ship hull, a day of refitting in the shipyard and structural changes can be effected as the fleet requires. So it is possible that the same vessel can be of multiple classes throughout its operational lifetime. This Battlefleet also introduces another concept to the game, that of unique, named vessels. Unlike the Elector class which could be taken as many times as you like to represent one of the dozens of such vessels in the Prussian navy, unique ships represent a specific vessel with its own history, crew and reputation. For the three named vessels here, they represent alternate builds for your Battlefleet composition but have the limitation that you may only ever include one of each in your force, regardless of the size of the game. SMS Brandenburg and SMS Tirpitz are both Elector class vessels with different placement of the Gustav Heavy Bombard (and in the case of the Brandenburg, her captain has outfitted her with one fore and a second aft). SMS Holtzendorff is an infamous siege breaker and coastal raider. The British port of Scarborough famously being set ablaze with phosphor rounds by the Holtzendorf during the Tuna War of 1861. The Elector (or one of her variants) is capably supported in the Battlefleet set by the first plastic miniatures for the Imperium. This multi-part plastic kit allows Prussian Commodores to bolster their fleets with two Blucher class Cruisers, Augustus class Bombardment Cruisers or Schaumburg class Logistics Cruisers. As with the Elector hull, these three designs are often the same vessel, outfitted for one of the various missions the navy undertakes in this rapidly changing Dystopian Age. The set also includes parts to make four Arminius class Frigates, fast and deadly pack hunters. Finally, the set includes Heavy Rocket Batteries and various esoteric Generators that can be added to the Elector, Kaiser, Heidelberg or Blucher. As you can see the Battlefleet sets like this will give you the essential backbone of any force. Each of the coming months will see a Battlefleet released to further expand your force. The first half of the year will see Battlefleets for the Imperium, Empire, Commonwealth and Enlightened, with additional releases to complement those Factions. The second half of the year will see Battlefleets for the Union, Crown, Sultanate and Alliance, as well as additional Battlefleets and other sets for those Factions already released. It is our intention for each of the Factions to receive a number of miniatures in the year ahead, with 2022 further fleshing out the ranges with all manner of exciting releases. We have big plans for Dystopian Wars and, while we can’t release everything at once, there’s plenty coming for people to get excited about. I look forward to sharing the journey with you all… Stuart View the full article
  12. With eight factions depicting the Great Powers of the Dystopian Age, the studio is working hard to produce a range of exciting plastic and resin kits to expand your fleets. So what does March bring for the game and what does that mean for future releases? Stuart tells us more. Dystopian Wars is a very special range for us, for several reasons. One of them is that it is the first to feature our own in-house plastic injection multi-part kits. These have been conceived, designed, sculpted, laid out and engineered completely by the Warcradle studio and manufacturing teams. This is a huge deal as it gives us complete control over every aspect of the product for the first time. We are investing millions in expanding our manufacturing and studio teams as well as additional CNC machines and plastic injection equipment to meet our ambitious release plans for the coming years. March sees the first of the Battlefleet sets being released. Battlefleets are the building blocks of your Force. These are groups of Units that are always led by a Flagship. While they do not need to remain together during the game, there are benefits that can apply to all the units in the Battlefleet so your choices have a real impact on how the battle unfolds. While the Commonwealth and Enlightened already have their first releases as part of The Hunt for the Prometheus, it is the Imperium who see the first of the Battlefleet sets released; the Elector. This features the Elector Battleship as well as parts to build it alternatively as either a Kaiser Heavy Battleship or a Heidelberg Logistics Battlecruiser. These vessels showcase the versatile nature of the Prussian’s designs with components being easily changeable as the demands require it. Each of these classes is in reality the same ship hull, a day of refitting in the shipyard and structural changes can be effected as the fleet requires. So it is possible that the same vessel can be of multiple classes throughout its operational lifetime. This Battlefleet also introduces another concept to the game, that of unique, named vessels. Unlike the Elector class which could be taken as many times as you like to represent one of the dozens of such vessels in the Prussian navy, unique ships represent a specific vessel with its own history, crew and reputation. For the three named vessels here, they represent alternate builds for your Battlefleet composition but have the limitation that you may only ever include one of each in your force, regardless of the size of the game. SMS Brandenburg and SMS Tirpitz are both Elector class vessels with different placement of the Gustav Heavy Bombard (and in the case of the Brandenburg, her captain has outfitted her with one fore and a second aft). SMS Holtzendorff is an infamous siege breaker and coastal raider. The British port of Scarborough famously being set ablaze with phosphor rounds by the Holtzendorf during the Tuna War of 1861. The Elector (or one of her variants) is capably supported in the Battlefleet set by the first plastic miniatures for the Imperium. This multi-part plastic kit allows Prussian Commodores to bolster their fleets with two Blucher class Cruisers, Augustus class Bombardment Cruisers or Schaumburg class Logistics Cruisers. As with the Elector hull, these three designs are often the same vessel, outfitted for one of the various missions the navy undertakes in this rapidly changing Dystopian Age. The set also includes parts to make four Arminius class Frigates, fast and deadly pack hunters. Finally, the set includes Heavy Rocket Batteries and various esoteric Generators that can be added to the Elector, Kaiser, Heidelberg or Blucher. As you can see the Battlefleet sets like this will give you the essential backbone of any force. Each of the coming months will see a Battlefleet released to further expand your force. The first half of the year will see Battlefleets for the Imperium, Empire, Commonwealth and Enlightened, with additional releases to complement those Factions. The second half of the year will see Battlefleets for the Union, Crown, Sultanate and Alliance, as well as additional Battlefleets and other sets for those Factions already released. It is our intention for each of the Factions to receive a number of miniatures in the year ahead, with 2022 further fleshing out the ranges with all manner of exciting releases. We have big plans for Dystopian Wars and, while we can’t release everything at once, there’s plenty coming for people to get excited about. I look forward to sharing the journey with you all… Stuart View the full article
  13. Now that the launch of the Hunt for the Prometheus has been announced, it is natural that thoughts turn to the studio’s immediate plans for Dystopian Wars. Stuart reveals a little more of what is to come in February. As exciting and amazing as the Hunt for the Prometheus set is, it was always just the first in a host of releases for Dystopian Wars. First up, let’s talk about accessibility and getting into the game. It is important that players can get hold of the rules and start playing as easily as possible. Because of this, in addition to the book found in the English language version of the Hunt for the Prometheus, we intend the rules to be available in three ways. February will see the release of The Hunt for the Prometheus in French, German, Polish and Spanish. This will feature both the rulebook itself, background and campaign guide fully translated into those languages. Because the two-player set is even better when combined with a second set, these international editions are ideal to pick up in February to give you more ships and a translated edition of the game to add to the English language copy you picked up in January! We will also be releasing the Rules and Gubbins Set for Dystopian Wars in February. This contains the rules, action dice, critical damage dice, templates and the Victory and Valour. This set is ideal for new players when paired with one of the Battlefleet sets that come out in the following months. For hobbyists with classic miniatures in their collections, this is a great way to get their old navy back on the table. The Rules and Gubbins Set will also be available in French, German, Polish and Spanish. Finally, the rulebook will be freely available in English, French, German, Polish and Spanish. You can download your copy from www.dystopianwars.com from February. February also sees the release of the first of our Squadron boxed sets. The Commonwealth Frontline Squadron features the Russian navy plastic kits first seen in the Hunt for the Prometheus. There are enough parts in the kit to make four Rurik class frigates (with the choice of squadron shields to identify them) as well as two Kutsov Cruisers, Norilsk Heavy Cruisers, Sineus Fast Cruisers or Oleg class Monitors. Alongside these Russian reinforcements, the Covenant of the Enlightened sees the release of their Enlightened Frontline Squadron set. This multi-part plastic kit also comes fresh from the Hunt for the Prometheus and allows Enlightened Commodores to bolster their fleets with two Stiletto Fast Cruisers, Lovelace Cruisers, Copernicus Heavy Cruisers, Antarctica Superiority Cruisers, Chatelet Recon Cruisers or Ulysses Vanguard Cruisers. Not only that it includes a pair of SRS tokens representing deadly Scythe strike fighters and parts to make six Merian Class Drone Frigates or Germain Class Drone Zebeks. So that’s February’s releases… but what about March? What about new Factions and battlefleets? Well, I’ll cover that in the next article! Stuart View the full article
  14. With the Dystopian Wars starter set on the horizon, Chris from the studio would like to look closer at the Covenant of the Enlightened Frontline squadron multi-part plastic kit. Our second sprue for Dystopian Wars is hot off the press and some of you might recognise the ships contained within as belonging to the Covenant of the Enlightened. Yes, these master inventors and scientists are at the cutting edge of technology and their ships contain all the latest gadgets and gizmos from the Dystopian Age, ready to be put to good use sending their enemies to the bottom of the ocean. Here is the sprue itself: As with the Commonwealth Frontline Squadrons sprue, we showed you a couple of weeks ago the cruisers can be built in a number of different configurations. This gives players a lot of choice for a single product and allows some crafty hobbyists to magnetise parts so they can be swapped out between games. There are in fact six (yes six!) different variations on the standard Cruiser for the Enlightened; namely the Stiletto Class Fast Cruiser, Lovelace Class Cruiser, Copernicus Class Heavy Cruiser, Chatelet Class Recon Cruiser, Antarctica Class Superiority Cruiser and Ulysses Class Vanguard Cruiser. This is also the first of our sprues to contain an SRS token. These tokens are designed to be mounted on a medium plinth base and look rather nice on the table, especially with a splash of paint on them. The Merian Class Drone Frigate and the Germain Class Drone Zebek also make an appearance on the sprue and there are enough parts to make three of either class. These little mechanical beasties are great for swarming your opponents larger ships and in numbers can pack a solid punch. I have really enjoyed building these ships, they go together very nicely and I hope you agree they look excellent too, with plenty of detail. I have no doubt that painting them will be an absolute pleasure, especially with metallics, but that’s something for another time… Until next time, Chris View the full article
  15. Its December, 2020 has been a write-off for most so we wanted to do our bit and spread some table-top joy. So push the turkey to one side this Christmas, and make room on the table for us to provide you with some socially distanced magic! We wanted to give our community an insight into what is coming up from Warcradle Studios. Showcasing sneak-peaks and teasers from some of our biggest miniatures games titles. Such as Mythos, Wild West Exodus, Firestorm Armada and Dystopian Wars. Join us on the Warcradle Studios Facebook Page with our countdown to Christmas, where we will open the doors to the Warcradle Advent Calendar starting today, continuing on the 8th, 11th, 14th, 16th, 18th, 22nd and finally, on Christmas Day. We are looking forward to seeing what you all think of these never-seen-before sneak peaks. Make sure to head to our community pages, including the The Sturginium Lounge, The Hidden Ones, The Dark Council and The Black Ocean, where you can talk to our team and many other community members about these upcoming teasers from Warcradle Studios. View the full article
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