So can you use Minis from other Warlord games (Bolt Action, Hail Caesar, Black Powder, Pike & Shote, Mythic Americas) in Erehwon as well? >Fantastic Battles
Since it's a miniatures agnostic game. Could I mix and match models from Victrix, Perry, Warlord, Fireforge, Lucid Eye and Wargames Atlantic into one army as long as they were one faction (say, Romans, Napoleonic French or Vikings)? Also, do you or anyone else here have a PDF for Fantastic Battles? >>85056533
I see, thanks for the input. Could you theoretically make a KIngdoms of Men army featuring Winged Hussar Cavalry, Egyptian Chariots, Indian War Elephants and Redcoat Infantry despite such an army being anachronistic? Or does it have to represent one specific historical faction? >>85056906
I know Gripping Beast makes minis for SAGA, but can you mix and match Gripping Beast Minis with those from Warlord, Victrix, Perry, Lucid Eye, Fireforge and Wargames Atlantic, for example? The Romano-British Armies of Hail Caeser and SAGA interest me because I find the idea of commanding the armies of the Knights of the Round Table appealing. >>85057098
I really wish someone would create a Historical Fantasy Wargame that's got mass battle movement trays like Warhammer Fantasy Battles/Kings of War with Hero Units you wouldn't find out of place in Fate/Grand Order. Nevertheless, I wish you good luck on achieving financial success on your Homebrew setting. >>85057514
Man it woul've been so cool if someone developed a miniature wargaming/tabletop RPG hybrid system. But then again that seems to be what the Iron Kingdoms setting for Warmahordes is doing. But those are more seperate games within the same setting rather than the same game. This conversation kind of reminds me of this post >>84973926
about a 40 year long game of DnD and this post >>84974104
pointing out how it uses Warhammer minis. So I wouldn't be surprised if this dude's homebrew setting turned into a wargame at some points.