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New Wargames Magazine - Unseen Lerker

Started by fatolaf, January 24, 2010, 01:14:21 pm

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January 24, 2010, 01:14:21 pm Last Edit: August 03, 2010, 01:03:55 pm by fatolaf

OG Games is proud to advertise the launch of a new wargames magazine 'Unseen Lerker'.

Unseen Lerker is the latest, shiniest addition to the collection every dedicated gamer should have on their bookshelf (or computer desktop). Contained within each bi-monthly issue are game reports from top players, expert painting and modelling tutorials, army showcases, interviews, event spotlights, an international list of upcoming tournaments, numerous reviews of books, movies, video games, and whatever else can be crammed into each action-packed issue!

Only available in the UK via our site, Issues 1 & 2 are now on the site. Along with the Yearly subscription, where you get 6 issues for the price of 5..

Issue #1 highlights:

•   Army Showcase: Russ Veal's beautiful Chaos Horde
•   Special Characters: an interview with Marcelo Rouco, Australian #1
•   Event Spotlight on the biggest tournament in Denmark
•   Plus all the regular features: reviews, rants, tactics, the Hobby Corner, and a 10-page BR

Coming soon in Issue #2
(March 17th)
•   An extensive coverage of the recently held UK Masters event
•   A special interview with a very dedicated Belgian model collector
•   A battle report between two of the top players from Sweden
•   Tactics article with Loke Andersen on diverting
•   Not to mention more rants, reviews and needless puns than ever before

Don't forget you can get preview a sneaky 25% of the first issue at the magazine's homepage, www.unseenlerker.com...


I had a read of issue 1 at Reading at it looked very very good.

Ol's offering a great deal on the subscription too which is nice. Already signed up.

I was one of the first to sign up to Tales of Battle, and this appears to be as good, if not better than that. Hopefully it will go from strength to strength. Much better value that WD as the content is not just adverts! lol.