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Steve O’Boyle of Corvus Games Terrain designed some solar-arrays for the Tabletop Warlords which actually resemble some Antares anti-orbital fractal bombards. He kindly gave them to us for a free 3d .stl download.
Jamie Morris has been ahrd at work creating a list builder app for Antares 2. Here, he runs through the thinking behind the app and provides a link to where it can be downloaded.
Long-time contributor to the FB group Toni Manninen wanted a personal kinetic barrier. So he made one to 3D print – and kindly sent us the .stl!
The mini-campaign written by Adam Murton involving Boromites, Concord and Freeborn pirates. Now updated for Antares 2.
Jamie Morris created some covers for his own, printed copies of the rules and a number of players have asked for them.
Wayne Clayton has been experimenting with a new lightbox and a newly-painted Freeborn force.
Seb Jacquet has kindly translated the Antares 2 rules into French for us.
Andy has been generous in providing us with a bundle of well-photographed armies. Here, we show off his striking Freeborn force which has a number of interesting and imaginative twists.
Andy Patrick has provided us with some well-photographed images of a few of his armies. Here we show off his well-camouflaged Concord.
Geordie Irvin ran a community campaign based on ‘Teh Chryseis Shard’. He then collated the results from across the globe and sent us in ther esults – which then fed into the ongoing narrative!