The tactical miniatures community is still going strong, and with that we have updates a new releases in order to keep the game fresh and balanced. First in line is a new supplement for the Kings of War game simply called the Clash of Kings Supplement. This book is the result of the work that the rules committee does over the course of the year, making sure that no units emerge as overpowered, or are discarded because they are not usable or wroth while. The list of units getting an update is lengthy so I won’t post it here, but this kind of tweaking for the game is what helps keep them alive and interesting for everyone. Also included in the book will be a “conclusion to the Edge of the Abyss campaign, new units, new formations, and new and updated spells“. So if you are a player of the game, be sure to check out Mantic’s blog post for the full list of units getting an update, as well as a link to pre-order the book. Then keep an eye out for more updates from their blog as they preview the changes up to the release of the supplement.
Warhammer 40k has been going strong for over 20 years now, and they continue to change and update, which was especially evident in their latest 8th edition rulebook. Games Workshop continues that trend with the latest supplement book, Codex: Adeptus Custodes, which updates and expands these elite units from the Golden Legion. Not content with just putting out the Codex, they have also released four new units to be available to use with these new rules. These units are going to be versatile with the ability to be equipped with various armor or vehicles, deadly with some big damage and even a double attack, and difficult to take down with high toughness and a good number of wounds. You can read more about these new units and their stats on the Warhammer 40K Community post, and find these new models and books at your local Games Workshop retailer.
And finally we have CMON and their minis game, Dark Age, not slowing down one bit in the new year. Dark Age is a d20 based miniatures game and touts the tag line, everything dies, and so is a fast and brutal game. And like all the other games like these, CMON is continuing the game by adding a new Secondary Objectives Deck, as well as many new miniatures for the Skarrd and Dragyri factions. Some of the highlights include Skarrd Decay Cult Faction Box which includes 8 new units, the Dragyri Air Caste or Shadow Caste Death’s Devices units, and the Dragyri Soul Wardens units. So while the Skarrd and Dragyri factions get a lot of new figures, everyone gets something in the new secondary objectives deck, which adds new cards for all the factions to help tailor your deck to the faction instead of your fighting force. All of these sets are available now so you can visit the CMON website to read the full release list, and then head to your local Dark Age retailer to pick them up.