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Fantasy Battles: The 9th Age is an independent table top miniature wargame set in a fantasy world, in which players take control of armies and set them upon one another in conflicts ranging from minor skirmishes to mighty battles with hundreds of models.
The game and all of its rules are completely free to download and use, and consist of a main rulebook and over fifteen army documents, ranging from stoic men and noble elves to the feral orcs and dread worshipers of the dark gods. You can easily assemble your own army using appropriate 28mm miniatures from any manufacturer.
Fantasy Battles: The 9th Age has been created by a group of experienced wargamers, a large supportive staff and continuous input from the wargaming community. We aim to provide a competitive, balanced and fun game, with updates and new rules to be released regularly.
We’ve created 16 unique armies from the Dread Elves in the west to the Ogre Khans in the east. Each army has different units and playstyles and can be represented by models from any 28mm model company. People said it was impossible, but we have created a game that is both balanced and fun. Don’t believe us? Try it for yourselves.
Quote from Happy Aspid: “About AP. I really don't want to see the disgusting stuff like new Elves with Str5 AP4 (and the B... can go to Str5 AP5 with just a single banner). We do not need even more AP in the game. ” This sentence wont stop other labs…
Liked dan’s post in the thread All Your Blogs Are Belong to Us: Dan Paints Everything.Like (Post)Not exactly hobby related, but I don’t have social media and I was pretty happy when this arrived to I thought I’d share it here. I have a front plate bracket on the car I got a few months ago, and it bothers me having it empty (in Pennsylvania you…
Liked Endymion’s post in the thread All Your Blogs Are Belong to Us: Dan Paints Everything.Like (Post)Watched the return of the king with the kids last night for the first time, I've had to wait 10 years to introduce them to it and they weren't disappointed.