Tag: Rick Priestley

Warlords of Erehwon

Lucid Eye: Minis for Warlords of Erehwon

These new miniatures from Lucid Eye Publications are ideal for Warlords of Erehwon. From undead skeletons and Amazons to Frog Kings! The Maxzans 1 Three 28mm white metal miniatures supplied with 30mm display bases. Supplied unpainted. Sculpted by Steve Saleh.   View in Store The Maxzans 2 Three 28mm white metal miniatures supplied with 30mm…

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Focus: Black Powder!

“The Black Powder game is a ‘toy soldiers first’ type of game – we have tailored our rules of play to suit our collections of models. The object of the game rules is to allow us to utilise our armies. Let us not imagine for a moment that the armies are mere tokens in a…

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Rick’s Roman casualty marker

Author of many leading game systems, including our own Hail Caesar and Black Powder, Rick Priestley is clearly someone to listen to – especially if that conversation involves chickens, tea or, at a push, wargames. So, when he brought in his new Hail Caesar casualty marker conversions we knew you’d want to see them.. Over…

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Interview: Rick Priestley

In Conversation with Rick Priestley – The Brains Behind Black Powder Courtesy of Wargames Illustrated Magazine Introducing Rick: Rick Priestley is Games Workshop’s creative director and games designer. Not much of a gaming  nature passes through the Workshop gates without Rick’s eyes passing over it. He was one of the original designers  behind Warhammer, and…

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