Tabletop Gaming News


Modiphius has announced an online convention running from 3rd-6th December. The event will run alongside UK’s Dragonmeet convention with some shared panels and content as we celebrate the gaming community together.




From The Airecon Organisers "We are thrilled to announce the IELLO have come on board as sponsors for AireCon. IELLO are well known for producing high quality, fun games such as King of Tokyo, Bunny Kingdom, Ishtar and many more. They'll also be exhibiting, showing off their upcoming game Khôra: Rise of an Empire, which is due for release at the end of March 2021".

16-18 April AireCon 2021 tickets on sale now!

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Mantic Games Dreadball

In 2021 theye’re going all out with a brand-new supplement and miniatures. This will all be bundled together as the Galactic Tour: Magnetar Circuit.

Inside this collection of DreadBall awesome sauce, you’ll find a new supplement, cards, tokens, three new support assistants and an MVP/ref. 

The Magnetar Circuit is currently due for release next March

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The Galaxy's Most Wanted

Announcing a New Campaign Expansion for Marvel Champions: The Card Game

Take your battles against villainy to new heights with The Galaxy’s Most Wanted, the second campaign expansion for Marvel Champions: The Card Game, you’ll find an entirely new campaign, with five distinct scenarios pitting you against Drang of the Brotherhood of Badoon, the Collector (featured in two separate scenarios), Nebula, and Ronan the Accuser.

This expansion introduces the first Guardians of the Galaxy heroes to the game, with fully pre-built and ready-to-play hero decks for Groot and Rocket Racoon.

Planned for release in the first quarter of 2021—and look for more Guardians of the Galaxy heroes to release in the subsequent four Hero Packs

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Gale Force 9 Suing Wizards of the Coast

Gale Force Nine, maker of D&D minis and accessories for games including World of Tanks and the Doctor Who board game, has sued Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering publisher Wizards of the Coast in Washington state after months of licensing disputes between the two companies. The suit seeks $950,000 in addition to related costs and previously owed amounts.

According to a November 17th filing, GF9 accuses Wizards of being in breach of both contract and “implied duty of good faith and fair dealing”, alongside a few injunctions. ICv2 further reports that licence renewal talks had soured back in May. GF9 alleges that Wizards wanted to end an agreement between them one year earlier than planned and ceased negotiations after GF9 pushed back. That licence apparently gives GF9 translation and distribution rights to Dungeons & Dragons products in a number of international markets.

GF9 said Wizards ceased any further approval of products in those markets following the licence disagreements.

Warlord Games + Airfix Blood Red Skies

Warlord Games are forming a collaboration with Airfix to bring us a new Blood Red Skies Battle of Britain Starter Box.
The box set comes complete with everything you need to get playing the game, including four aircraft: two Supermarine Spitfire Mk IIs and two Messerschmitt Bf109-Es, in 1:72 scale.

This partnership marries Blood Red Skies gameplay with the exceptional 1:72 aircraft of the venerable model manufacturers.