Kings Of War Fantasy Wargame

Kings Of War Fantasy Wargame

Kings of War is a 28mm Miniatures tabletop battle game between mighty armies in a fantasy world torn apart by epic conflict and legendary battles. Its fast-paced, competitive rules make the game ideal for mass battles between hundreds of troops, it’s possible to do just that without breaking the bank!

Why Play Kings Of War?

  • KOW is the ultimate rank-and-file fantasy wargame.
  • The competitive gaming experience that’s perfect for epic clashes featuring hundreds of troops.
  • Enjoy the exhilarating gameplay without worrying about breaking the bank.

Check out the 2 player battle set for Kings Of War.

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From these worlds you get Orcs, elves and dwarves, but you also get novel fantasy armies like Trident Realms, Empire of Dust and those sneaky RatKin.

Also known as KOW and is set in the world of Pannithor, with much of the game taking place around the central area known as Mantica. Other Pannithor set games include Vanguard, Armada and Dungeon Saga

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The Mantica / Pannithor set games are a product of Mantic Games for who Kings Of War is their Flagship wargame.

Kings of War vs Warhammer?

Kings Of War Riftforged Orc Army
Kings Of War Riftforged Orc Army

While there are obvious comparisons between KoW and Warhammer Fantasy Battle there are many points to seperate the two. Like WHFB, KoW is a rank and file fantasy wargame, often played on a 6ft by 4ft table. Both have fantasy units like Dwarves, orcs, goblins and rat men. BUT one of the big differences is that Kings Of War units are mostly multibased, and instead of single models being removed when the unit takes casualties the whole base is left in play and the unit’s overall health has been reduced.

Multibasing of Mantic Models allows for some awesome Diorama potential and also the strict model count does not have to be adhered to for a set base size, allowing for some awesome artistic units.

Also multi basing allows for simplicity and ease of deploying and packing away models.

Mantic’s main ethos on the models is to make gaming affordable, so the price difference between their and other producers’ miniatures (Metal, hard plastic or resin) can be quite marked.

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