You may have heard of this up-and-coming miniatures company out of Spain… Corvus Belli, makers of Infinity: The Game!
Corvus came through with a giant box of prize support, including a miniature, patch, dog tag and button for every single swag bag, plus a great selection of boxes and blisters for prizes… Even an Onyx Contact Force Army Box!!!
Our deepest thanks to Corvus Belli for supporting Arizona Armageddon. What a generous donation of prize support! They’re the best!
Check out this stunning Clausewitz Uhlan painted by Tommy Back, Studio Ultramega, for Arizona Armageddon!
Check out all of Tommy’s stunning miniatures on the Studio Ultramega Facebook page. Also check him out on twitter at @tommyback_back. With Tom Schadle Miniatures no longer accepting painting commissions, I would wholeheartedly suggest you reach out to Tommy for all of your Infinity painting needs!
F.A.T. Mats are high-quality neoprene (mousepad-style) mats with beautiful textures that create a beautiful foundation for your Infinity games. We’ll be playing on the ones they sent at Arizona Armageddon!
Frontline Gaming also has a selection of terrain, bases, and other hobby supplies for your gaming needs. Check them out today!
But not only does Frontline Gaming create the F.A.T. mats, they also create the amazing TableWar miniature cases!
These cases have metal trays for your magnetised miniatures, with a convenient clear panel so that TSA can see right inside! I know several Infinity players using TableWar cases for their delicate models, and I’m sure looking to get one myself.
In Episode 98 of MayaCast, Tom and Kip dive into the Mail Bag and and answer some listener voicemails and emails covering a wide range of topics from lists to rules to painting and terrain, and a tasty beverage. They talk about all the generous Sponsors of the Arizona Armageddon Dire States event coming up in October – and of course, Infinity events around the world.
1 part gin, 1 part sweet vermouth, 1 part Campari all over an orange slice
The Negroni always came across as a very Nomad drink. The drink has very different elements that I consider all old school mobster like drinks. The kind some Black Sun Analyst in an info bar on some crappy freighter would order while waiting to meet an informant. It’s a little sweet, a little bitter and a lot boozy.
Tunguska, being the financial and legal heart of the nomad nation added the Sweet vermouth to add an old money/aristocrat feel while the Campari is so strange tasting that only Bakunins would order it, and the gin….well gin gets the job done. Like Corregidoran mercenaries do. It’s not a girly drink… or a manly drink.
Heavy Infantry Guillermo Hernandez
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