INTEL FILE: Shot in the Back

“Where is the best place to aim when you shoot someone Sensei-sama?”- “In the back Jai Li-kun, in the back…” -Ninja Master, The Foot Clan Ever been confused by how Warning!, Guts, Change Face and Alert work? Ever been confused when they all have to work together?????? At the same time!!!!!! In this article I’m…

INTEL: Beyond Icestorm Panoceania

By Guest Writer Stuart “PanO” Pollitt Building a list from the Operation Icestorm and Beyond Icestorm Panoceania units required a little thinking. In order to use the 300pts and 10 units to their fullest we had to consider who would do what role. Panoceania is the baseline faction, the one most others are compared to. It…

INTEL: Beyond Icestorm Nomads

By guest writer Grantt “The Art of War Studios” Ennis Corvus Belli would lead is to believe that you can build a 300 point army for Nomad using the units found in the Operation: Icestorm and Beyond Icestorm boxes. This isn’t strictly true, but it’s definitely worth exploring. Firstly, if you use all 10 available Nomad…

INTEL: Beyond Red Veil Yu-Jing

With the arrival of Beyond Red Veil it is now possible along side the Operation Red Veil to have a 300 point army for £45-50 (price based on a half box share!).  So here’s my idea for a general starting list using the 10 miniature you will have from Yu-Jing.  For more specialist heavy missions…

Intel File: Keisotsu-Butai

Intel File: Keisotsu-Butai To appease the growing unrest in Japan, the Yu-Jing Emperor passed a decree allowing for the formation of Japanese only regiments – the Keisotsu Butai.  These regiments had their own culture and uniforms and were allowed to speak Japanese.  The dream of a greater identity for the second class Japanese citizens was soon undermined…

Intel File: Shinobu Kitsune – The Constant Gardener

Intel File: Shinobu Kitsune – The Constant Gardener …is Shinobu Kitsune real, or is she just a myth?  Only the very best of the Ninja clans are selected to become the feared Oniwanibans.  Oniwaniban means “the one in the garden’ and was given during the Tukugawa shogunate to the shogun’s personal gardener at his service…