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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

After a busy start to the year with BKC-IV, Kickstarters and more, it's finally time for some new 10mm releases!

Pirates have been in our Top 10 requests for quite some time now so we've decided to give them a go. We've done a nice captain figure, along with 5 different poses of pirates armed with musket, pistol and cutlass. These chaps would also do duty as slave revolt / mutiny types in areas like the Haitain Revolution, so we hope you like them!

18th Century
Pirates - https://pendraken.co.uk/18th-century/pirates/
PRT1 Pirate Captain £0.55
PRT2 Pirates / slave revolters £5.25


And the pics:

PRT1 - Pirate Captain



PRT2 -



More to come very soon with some Marlburian revamps and then the launch of our 1809 Napoleonic expansion, once all of the pre-orders have been posted out.

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Made in us
Longtime Dakkanaut





Nice timing, just as the wife and I are in the mood to build some Warmaster armies!

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Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

NewTruthNeomaxim wrote:
Nice timing, just as the wife and I are in the mood to build some Warmaster armies!


Excellent!


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Another feature of our Top 10 requests has been some additions for the Vietnam ranges, so we've got a few extra figures done to help fill some support roles in your forces! This little batch includes a forward observer, a medic and a radio operator and rounds out our existing range nicely.

Vietnam
American - https://pendraken.co.uk/post-war/vietnam/american/
V10 Forward observer, kneeling £1.75
V11 Medic, kneeling £1.75
V12 Radio operator, standing £1.75
(Packs contain 10 figures)


And the pics:

V10 - Forward observer



V11 - Medic



V12 - Radio operator



More to come very soon with some Marlburian revamps and then the launch of our 1809 Napoleonic expansion, once all of the pre-orders have been posted out.

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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

Some of our Marlburian codes were done by a different sculptor many years ago so we thought it was about time to get them revamped! The foot command, artillery crews and Austrian cuirassiers have all been replaced with nice new sculpts, which brings them into line with the other figures in this range.

For anyone needing any of the old figures, we'll still have the moulds here and can supply those for you to finish off existing armies.

18th Century
Marlburian - https://pendraken.co.uk/18th-century/marlburian/
MAL6 Foot command in tricorn
MAL14 - MAL19 New artillery crews
MAL20 Austrian cuirassier


Some pics of the new sculpts:

MAL6 - Foot command



MAL16 - 9pdr with new crew



MAL20 - Austrian cuirassier



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Something for the WWI gamers now, as we've released a complete trench railway system along with a Simplex locomotive to run on it!

These railways were developed during the trench warfare period of WWI to allow the delivery of food, ammunition and contruction materials to the front line, where the usual transport networks had been destroyed. These narrow gauge tracks created a connection to the standard gauge railways further back from the front line and proved extremely successful. As well as the UK, similar railways were used by Russia, France and Germany, with a variety of gauges in use from 600mm to 750mm (ours is 600mm).

Simplex were known as Motor Rail during the war and were one of several producers of locomotives and wagons to run on these new trench railways. We've done the early style of tractor with the open top, later versions had a covered roof over them and armoured side doors. We've also done a small handcart as well, which could be pushed along the rail in front of the locomotive with smaller items or wounded soldiers on it.

WWI
Trench Railway - https://pendraken.co.uk/world-war-i/trench-railway/
SCN-NTR1 Simplex trench locomotive set (1 locomotive, 2 wagons, 1 handcart) £5.00
SCN-NTR2 Simplex trench locomotive (1) £1.00
SCN-NTR3 Wagons (2) £4.00
SCN-NTR4 Handcarts (2) £1.00
SCN-NTR5 Stowage set (5 pieces) £2.00
SCN-NTR6 Trench railway set (4 large straights, 2 small straights, 2 small curves, 2 large curves) £12.00
SCN-NTR7 Trench railway junctions (2) £5.00
SCN-NTR8 Trench railway, damaged sections (2) £2.50

Railway straight sections are 100mm long, curves are 90mm long, short straights/curves are 50mm long. Junctions are 125mm long and the damaged sections are 50mm.

And a couple of pics:







Next in the release queue is a bit of a surprise, so keep an eye out for that!
   
Made in us
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Charleston, SC, USA

Very cool. I'm just getting into 10mm. Have a starter army of DAK in the mail from you now.
   
Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

 Strombones wrote:
Very cool. I'm just getting into 10mm. Have a starter army of DAK in the mail from you now.


Excellent, I hope it arrives quickly for you!
   
Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

A quick release for the larger scale gamers this time, as we've added a selection of the Pegasus Hobbies bricks and sandbags to the Minibits website. These would probably be too big for 10mm games, but the small bricks are good for 15mm & 20mm, while the large bricks would suit 25/28mm and upwards. The sandbags are also best used with 25/28mm and above.

Pegasus Hobbies
Bricks and Sandbags - http://www.minibits.net/pegasus-hobbies/bricks-and-sandbags/
PEG-PG5195 Sandbags £10.95
PEG-PG5196 Large Bricks, grey £7.95
PEG-PG5197 Large Bricks, red £7.95
PEG-PG5198 Small Bricks, grey £7.95
PEG-PG5199 Small Bricks, red £7.95












We've got some more third-party stuff coming this weekend, along with a special 10mm piece... Next week we've got a revamped TB Line range and some useful game bits for Blitzkrieg Commander, so keep an eye out for those!

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Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

Well we promised you something special and here it is! Many years ago we had a V1 with a launch ramp, but it was a single piece casting and quite basic so we decided to upgrade it a little bit...!

This new launch ramp is a fantastic bit of work by John at Ironclad Miniatures and has been given an equally outstanding paintjob by the talented Jason Dawson of JAD Designs. John has based the design on the launch sites found at du Mesnil au Val or Vacquerie Le Boucq.

Comprising of 8 pieces, the resin launch ramp comes in two base pieces along with a ramp, 4 supports and a sentry box. We've then added a pair of engineers, plus a couple of sentries and a guard dog. This is a big kit, measuring 330x140mm overall (210mm for the ramp) and would make an excellent objective in your WWII games. You could add a countdown factor for added excitement, stop the rocket before it launches in turn 6...! It would of course look just as good as a terrain piece on any northern France tables.

WWII German
Misc - https://pendraken.co.uk/world-war-ii/german/misc/
GRX13 V1 rocket with launch ramp and crew £19.95















   
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Regular Dakkanaut




NewTruthNeomaxim wrote:
Nice timing, just as the wife and I are in the mood to build some Warmaster armies!


Thats great, i was just thinking the other day that its about time I ordered some more warmaster stuff from Pendraken
No one plays where i live but Warmaster is the best game i never played and I want to build to complete armies so i can introduce people to it.
So far only got half an undead army unpainted since a few years back but eventually ill get around to the imperials as well
   
Made in us
Longtime Dakkanaut





Soulless wrote:
NewTruthNeomaxim wrote:
Nice timing, just as the wife and I are in the mood to build some Warmaster armies!


Thats great, i was just thinking the other day that its about time I ordered some more warmaster stuff from Pendraken
No one plays where i live but Warmaster is the best game i never played and I want to build to complete armies so i can introduce people to it.
So far only got half an undead army unpainted since a few years back but eventually ill get around to the imperials as well


We fell for the game hard, and already have two Pendraken armies, an official GW one, and a cobbled together Chaos one. It, and A Song of Ice and Fire are proving to be the best competitive tabletop games we have ever played.


11527pts Total (7400pts painted)

4980pts Total (4980pts painted)

3730 Total (210pts painted) 
   
Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut



Sunny Middlesbrough!

We've got a release coming later this week for the Warmaster players as well, keep an eye out for that!
   
 
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