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Adam Gallon - July 10, 2020

African bush wars. Plenty of scope there. Rhodesian/South African/Mercenaries & various “Freedom fighters”/Rebels

Ian Banks - July 10, 2020

The Afghan wars and the recent isis conflicts could do with some nice figures to compliment this period

Wargames Atlantic - July 10, 2020

Hi Jonathan Corey: not really. We’ll be sticking to figures sets for the foreseeable future. Vehicles are more expensive as they require a lot of molds but sell less than figures so it’s not really something we’re thinking about at the moment. Thanks!

Jonathon Corey - July 10, 2020

Really though, I do tend to prefer more sci-fi soldiers and vehicles. Have you guys given thought to vehicles and/or terrain?

Ryan - July 10, 2020

Russo-afghan war (1979-1989) would be cool.

Jason - July 10, 2020

Nato/warsaw pact works with falklands, as, of course, you only need the Argentinian forces as the UK forces are Nato….

Ewan Spence - July 10, 2020

With the interwar you could have a field day with figures for VBCW and also for 1940 Local Defence Volunteers for a Sealion game

Red - July 10, 2020

African Wars of Independence would be great – one kit can represent a lot of different countries, and players can still use some WWII vehicles that were surplused, and the aspect of European mercenaries is interesting.

James Prosser - July 10, 2020

Any army that could be used a proxies for Imperial Guard in Warhammer 40K with a little modification

Serge - July 10, 2020

That’s what i’ve asked You for.
Vietnam War/ African wars/South American wars/ Modern military contractors would be GREAT!

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