Six players gathered together for a Fate of the Nation Total War game. Four 6’X4’ tables were arranged into a single 16’X6’ table featuring major terrain features of Israel. Each player brought 65 points worth of either Israeli or one of the Arab nations, with an extra army for both sides for a total of 8 different forces. Check out how this mega battle went in the link below
We are pleased to announce that we have a restock for the Fate Of A Nation and ‘Nam. If you’ve been eyeing up a model or two or even a brand new army this a great opportunity to do so. Get on over to the Battlefront .
A While back Duncan from Breakthrough Assault wrote an article about revamping his Fate Of Four Gamers army around a Thunderbolt Company formation and this article is all about testing that list in the fires of combat.
In this game he goes up against Lee and his Magach 6 Tank Company. Check out the full article to see how it all played out and the results and his final thoughts on this idea.
This time the Beasts Of War team is looking at the Jordanian Centurion Squadron. The Jordanians stand as a unique force in the Fate Of A Nation Forces as an Arab Nation supplied with British equipment. Check out what you get in this army deal as well as a little bit of the history of the Centurion and the Jordanians themselves.
John and Gerry get to look at the T-62 Tank Battalion that Battlefront Miniatures have brought to Fate of a Nation. The T-62 was used by the Syrians and Egyptians in an effort to counter Israeli 105mm armed Centurion and Magach tanks. In this video they look at the T-62 model in detail and some of the history of this tank as well as the contents of the box. Check it out in the link below