Dream Pod 9 and the Bundle of Holding website are pleased to announce the launching of a new Tribe 8 Bundle offer. Featuring the 1998 First Edition of Dream Pod 9's Tribe 8 RPG, a chronicle of dream magic, supernatural horrors, and godlike figures on a post-apocalyptic Earth.
Submitted by Robert Dubois on Wed, 08/24/2016 - 9:33pm
Over 2500 lbs of plastic miniature sprues all boxed up and on 7 skids were shipped out earlier this week by Models LLC via FedEx Freight. The latest updated tracking shows that we should receive them at our office here in Montreal this Friday.
Models LLC took a photo of the boxes of sprues on skids as they were being picked up earlier this week by FedEx Freight and sent us the photo included below with the post, to share with everyone.
Submitted by Robert Dubois on Wed, 08/17/2016 - 9:34pm
Phil has been busy in July, after he painted up the new Northern and Southern plastic miniature armies. He cranked out our latest Chibi Gear, the Southern King Cobra, with its We're #1 Hand Sign to taunt the Northern Chibi Gears. He then painted it up with an amazing Southern Republic Red and Gold paint scheme. To quote Mel Brooks "Its Good to be the King". The red and gold contrasts well with the previous Chibi Gear release of the Northern Kodiak and its Blue and Silver paint scheme.
Submitted by Robert Dubois on Tue, 07/26/2016 - 8:23pm
We updated the Heavy Gear Blitz - Tabletop Wargaming - Living Rulebook ebook Ver. 2.0 today, the new file has the text "July17th2016Update" at the end. Also, the Changes Log pdf has been updated to include all the July 4th update changes, followed by the July 17th update changes at the end. The July 17th update mainly adds the bookmarks and table of contents page links that were missing from the earlier update, plus adds new chibi gear artwork and other photos to the rules section, and fixes all the grammar and typos that were found.
Submitted by Robert Dubois on Sun, 07/17/2016 - 4:43pm
Phil did another excellent job painting up the Southern Army and adding logos and numbering decals. We took some photos of the new Southern plastic miniatures all painted up, check them out below. The preview of the second image turned our a bit blurred, click on it to open a larger clear version.
Submitted by Robert Dubois on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 9:43pm