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Hello, TechRaptor readers. Here’s what you may have missed in the world of tabletop wargaming this past week!

First up is the release of a new FAQ for Infinity N3. The FAQ covers various topics like permitting premeasuring in specific instances, the usage of smoke grenades, and a small number of ITS clarifications. The complete FAQ can be found here.

Privateer Press recently announced badge sales for Lock & Load GameFest 2016 are now up. The prices are $72 USD for a will-call badge or $75 USD for a shipped badge. The event also currently has a block of rooms set aside for attendees, and anyone who gets a room from this block for both Friday and Saturday will get a free exclusive miniature!

Image courtesy of Privateer Press

Image courtesy of Privateer Press

Forge World recently released several bundle deals for the holiday season.  The Rapid Onslaught Force, Armoured Incursion Force (yes, spell check, I know “armoured” is spelled incorrectly; blame the British and their love for superfluous vowels (Editor Note: As a Canadian I must voice it is Americans who have needlessly gutted the language of key vowels!)), and Boarding Assault Force are now available. The company also released a series of squad-sized bundles for Horus Heresy-era weapons as well to help make building up your forces quicker and easier so you can get back to blowing loyalist scum to tiny pieces in interesting ways. Also, death to the false Emperor!

Warlord Games has a series of new releases for Bolt Action. The Winter German Grenadiers, M8/M20 Greyhound Scout Car Squadron, and Continuation War Finnish Rifle Squadron are now available. The company also released a series of PDF painting guides for painting French and Italian forces.

And finally, Corvus Belli recently published a quick article on the redesign of the Yu Jing Domari Butai, covering not only aesthetic changes to the model itself, but noting a profile change as well including the addition of Spitfire and Combi Rifle options giving players to choice of going down either the choppy or shooty route. 

Domari Butai

Image courtesy of Corvus Belli

Michael Johnson

Staff Writer

I'm one of the tabletop writers here at TechRaptor as well as an IT security analyst and full-time geek. If I'm not actively playing, I'm either painting something, enjoying burying my nose in a book or arguing on the Internet.