Designing an Antares Squad
With the shift to Rick and Tim looking after the Antares rules on their own, we’ve noticed players bringing in their own models and, at times, even trying to create their own rules for their new squads. To help with the process, Tim lays down some core fundamentals that went into the squad design process…
Jamie Morris’ Covers
Jamie Morris created some covers for his own, printed copies of the rules and a number of players have asked for them.
Geordie Irvin’s Community Chryseis Campaign
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!
Pan Urban City Planning: 3 – The War Societies
The final part in a series of articles by Wayne Clayton about City Planning and Society. This article is about the war socieities of the Algoryn and Ghar.
Pan Urban City Planning: 2 – The Nomads
The second part in a series of articles by Wayne Clayton about City Planning and Society. This article is about the nomadic socieities of the Freeborn Houses and Boromite Clans.
Personal Shard: Vardos Cadix’ Beyond the Tales
IMTel and Nexus contributor Vardos Cadix (Adam Murton) has created his own Personal Shard blog on which he is posting his fiction and the related background. It’s not just his but includes systems, planets, areas, Freeborn houses and other background all collated from ideas put forward by his local gaming group. The blog is called…
The Vardos Cadix was originally a player Freeborn House created by Adam Murton. When he won the scenario competition, it then became part of teh ANtares universe.
Useful Blogs, Channels and Podcasts
A list of blogs, podcasts and youtube streams that might be of use. Most are from BtGOA v1, but one or two include material for Antares 2.
Writing for Antares and the Nexus
We’ve periodically invited players to write and submit articles for Antares, and that continues on the Nexus. In particular, we are interested in player showcases – your own armies and paint schemes – and that continues to be something we’d love to show more of on the Nexus. In the past we’ve also coupled these…
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