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Bulletin - Dystopian Wars 2.5 Info

With all the recent updates to the Dystopian Wars range off the back of their successful Kickstarter, it seems more and more people are interested in what’s next for Spartan Game’s alternate history war game. 253 more words


Dystopian Wars - Covenant of Antarctica Fleet Display

It is finally done: Years after purchasing the dystopian wars fleet and starting to paint them, they are finally all depicted in this gallery, online on my blog. 50 more words

Dystopian Wars - Plutarch heavy Destroyers

The Plutarch destroyer is, in my opinion, a benchmark for Covenant fleets. A beautiful design with highlights such as the rib-like engine funnels, the massive turret, embedded in an indent in the main hull as well as the engine centered within the rear section makes a truly beautiful ship design. 34 more words

Dystopian Wars - Thales Class corvette

Today’s addition the fleets of the Covenant of Antarctica is a formation of Thales class corvettes. Shaped like torpedoes and certainly of a certain beauty in itself, the ships of this class suit scout roles as well as combat support. 17 more words

Bulletin - Dystopian Wars Lyceum Preview

More previews for Dysopian Wars from Spartan Games today, with a very in depth preview of the new Lyceum Battleship Skimmer.

“…This giant vessel skims ominously above the surface of a battlefield, its mysterious anti-grav engines giving it a degree of manoeuvrability even more incredible than its lesser kin.

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Bulletin - Dystopian Wars Story Update

One of the things that Spartan Games is aiming to achieve with the latest push on Dystopian Wars is a greater focus on the overall background and story behind the game. 163 more words


Dystopian Wars - Cleomedes class cruisers

The Cleomedes marks, in my opinion, a turn in Spartan Games design philosophy. Initially, way more functional and plane, The Cleomedes design is defined by more organic shapes and a structure which translates the scale of the dystopian world into visuals. 47 more words