Issue 7 / Winter '11

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This issue our theme is Frontiers, and our themed content includes: Palm Crossing – a Frontier town for Traveller RPG; two fantastic short stories; a historical article on the Zulu War; artist Brynn Metheney tells us about the landscape and creatures of Morae River as well as reviews of Tea Wars, Musket & Tomahawk, New World Disorder, Clockwork & Chivalry.

Cover artist Diego Gisbert Llorens has created a beautiful cover which explores Frontiers of the mind and soul, as well as place.

We’ve got an interview with games designer Alessio Cavtore, talking about his new ventures since leaving Games Workshop.

The tutorials section should keep you busy over the next few months! David Heathfield has supplied yet another great painting tutorial, this time looking at painting cloth and zenithal lighting. We also have a scenery tutorial on making chaos trees, and a guide to painting Colonial British troops for the tabletop.

Once again we have plenty of reviews, and the group review this time was on the Warheads range from Urban Mammoth.

The winner of the historical painting competition is revealed, and our new painting competition gives you the chance to win a limited edition, large scale,  resin figure from Hitech Miniatures, check out our competition page for all the details.

We also have a free set of skirmish rules from Alternative Armies, Flintloque.

We also have another episode of our comic Tuk Tuk.

Time to get reading – go on, download your copy now.

Published: January 8th, 2011 at 10:44