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    In 1941 Great Britain was relying on convoys to provide much needed resources. During May the German battleship Bismarck accompanied by the battlecruiser Prinz Eugen formed operation Rheinübung. Led by Admiral Lütjens, this was a sortie to sink as many Atlantic convoys as possible. Regarded by many as the most powerful battleship in the world,…

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    Suladân was leading some men of Harad into the realm of Gondor in search of treasure. But several companies of the Gondorian army, from the capital city of Minas Tirith, were marching with Faramir to intercept them. Could the Haradrim recover the treasure first? And would the fierce warriors of Harad be able to withstand the trained…

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    Painting figures may seem slow at first but it does speed up with practise. Several methods, including dry brushing, are used to help put an army together quicker.

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    Whilst returning home after defeating Sauron at the battle of the Last Alliance, Isildur is ambushed by Orcs who are wanting to get the One Ring back. Isildur has to travel the length of the board and escape. The Orcs, coming from two directions, just want to kill him. To find out how this exciting…

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Russian Empire used in FOGN games.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Kingdom of Prussia used in FOGN games.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Portuguese army used in FOGN games.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from Great Britain used in FOGN games.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from French allies used in FOGN games. THis includes the Kingdom of Italy, Saxony and Westphalia.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the French army used in FOGN games.

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    Figure gallery of Napoleonic figures from the Austro-Hungarian Empire used in FOGN games.