Mantic featured heavily in this issue of Unseen Lerker, so we wanted to give you all the opportunity to pick up your own copy.
Unseen Lerker is one of the premier independent fantasy gaming magazines on the market, this month it continues its run of ambling shenanigans and provides 56 pages of full-colour, eye-melting goodness in this October – November edition.
You can pick up your own copy HERE!
According to the Unseen Lerker team, the latest issue contains:
HUGE Kings of War coverage. Included with the magazine is a copy of Mantic Games’s Kings of War, a brand new set of fantasy gaming rules that you can use with your existing miniatures. We also managed to land an interview with their CEO Ronnie Renton, get the Test Dummies to do a review of the rules, score two units of Undead Cavalry to give away, use their studio armies in a Dwarfs vs Undead battle report, and even use our patented Jedi Mind Tricks to convince them to let us give away an entire army!
Wayne’s World: a brand new series of hobby articles written by Wayne Kemp of Heelanhammer podcasting fame. This issue he provides his unique take on building a Rat Ogre Bonebreaker from an all manner of bits and pieces, using a plastic River Troll as a basis.
A Legend Never Dies: it may sound like the title for a James Bond film, but it’s actually a wonderfully written coverage of our Danish agent in the field, Jimmi Stender, of the recently held Giant Fanatic tournament. GF is one of the premier events in Europe and Jimmi gives us all the hot gossip on what went down, who did what, and what colour the carpet was (just kidding – there was no carpet). Also included is an interview with one of the organisers, a familiar face, about the merits of a newly conceived Line of Sight system that was used.
Army Showcase: “Old School” Chaos Warriors. Matt Birdoff is one of the most prolific Warhammer players in the USA. He’s owned eight Chaos armies over the years, each a little whackier than the last, and this issue we showcase his latest weird and wonderful creations.
Intrigued? You can check out a 10-page preview of the magazine HERE.