Wolves From The Sea

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Wolves From The Sea

Post by KageToraUK » Sat Apr 11, 2015 7:00 pm

When is this coming out? I think we've been waiting a number of years for it. Also, will there be any more add-ons, going through 18th-19th Centuries?
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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by Asterix_von_TWC » Sat Apr 18, 2015 10:18 pm

No one knows anything sadly sir. Its ready but for some reason they are postponing release and not telling us.

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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by Jonathan4290 » Sun Apr 19, 2015 2:43 pm

If you download the beta test of the new FOG, its available to play on there along with oath of fealty.
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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by ZeaBed » Sun Apr 19, 2015 5:09 pm

Oath of Fealty too? Good. I'm also hoping for Swifter Than Eagles. I hope they make it to a final version of that new FoG. May they continue their useful toil until it is finished and it is perfect. :)

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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by Jonathan4290 » Sun Apr 19, 2015 11:55 pm

I'm really hoping for Empires of the Dragon. Probably the best book for what-if scenarios vs Western armies.
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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by TheGrayMouser » Mon Apr 20, 2015 12:13 am

Jonathan4290 wrote:I'm really hoping for Empires of the Dragon. Probably the best book for what-if scenarios vs Western armies.
Sadly, I believe that the least likely book. I think the issue is the crew that acquired and PAINTED all the minis is long gone. (actually a long long ago post I think it was noted that it was Mr. Hexwar and his family that did all the work)

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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by Jonathan4290 » Mon Apr 20, 2015 12:41 am

TheGrayMouser wrote:
Jonathan4290 wrote:I'm really hoping for Empires of the Dragon. Probably the best book for what-if scenarios vs Western armies.
Sadly, I believe that the least likely book. I think the issue is the crew that acquired and PAINTED all the minis is long gone. (actually a long long ago post I think it was noted that it was Mr. Hexwar and his family that did all the work)
They could be stick figures for all I care. Eastern warfare is way too underrepresented in wargaming.

In good news, in the newest FOG(U) build, there's an icon for Lost Scrolls!
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Re: Wolves From The Sea

Post by stockwellpete » Mon Apr 20, 2015 6:53 am

I think they just have the artwork done for "Wolves from the Sea", "Oath of Fealty" and "Lost Scrolls" (which is largely comprised of early Roman/and their rivals as well as some minor north European medieval armies (Germans, Frisians etc) and I expect they can use existing images in the game for these extra armies. If they are to eventually release the books covering eastern armies then they will have to find a new way of representing the figures - and I am guessing that that might require a complete overhaul of everything to achieve uniformity in approach.

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