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Dropzone News- New Famous Commanders, New Scenery Packs, and More

A latest newsletter was just released for Dropzone Commander announcing the newest releases, which we have already covered, but also a little new information regarding what is coming up.

If you have not seen the current pre-orders releases, follow the link.

via Hawk Wargames
There are new releases (now available for pre-order) for the UCM, Scourge, PHR and Shaltari now available for pre-order.  We’ll also have the next wave of famous commanders from our Reconquest: Phase 1 book out soon too – look out for more details to come.

A highlight of the season for us is Gen Con, Indianapolis (USA), where we will be giving introduction games, showing of our studio models – including, the Avenger – and offering a selection of upcoming releases slightly early for those who are at the show. We hope to see you there!

Though we go to as many shows as possible, we know that not everyone can make it and therefore can’t get a few of the items that we mainly only take to shows. This summer we are intending to alter this very slightly by offering a few products that normally are only at our shows, through our website, (though the show only models will always be just that!). We are also in the process of creating a few web exclusive products that you can’t get anywhere else, such as add-on scenery packs and a few more accessories.

The new exhibition at the RISE Gallery called ‘2670’ will feature work from David J Lewis and Patrice Rameau. It will showcase a range of unseen and remastered artwork, along with the Avenger.

The exhibition is open from Friday 3th July until Thursday 17th July from Tuesdays to Fridays 10am – 6pm and on Saturdays 10am – 4pm. For more information, check out the RISEGallery website here, or the facebook event page here >

Alongside our artwork, will be works from a collection of famous artists, such as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, and Banksy, to name a few.  We hope you can make it down to have a look at the show.

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  1. I said it before, I will say it again. "Show only models" is a slap in the face to your customers.

    Basically you are saying "I don't care if you support us, I am giving people who don't play our game special minis so they start the game." While I know this is not the intent and it's to entice new people or reward people who show up, for those that can't make is just a slap in the face.

    As for "buying on our site" all I see is Games-Workshop tactics and is a bit sleazy that way as well. I believe wit's one of those that you give to everyone or not at all.

    I am not saying I am wright or wrong, just my opinion.

    1. Forgot to say, I really like Dropzone commander, I just don't like it when companies do these sort of things.

      Just look at Star Trek Attack wing for example. Different game play I know, but you can see how poorly handled it can be when people want the product and can't get it.

      It is a slap in the face for those who want to support Hawkwargames but are basically screwed.

    2. How exactly is it a slap in the face? it is supposed to entice people to come to events, If you want one you have to go to an event. Now this may not be possible for everyone but that is just how it works, there aren't an unlimited number of these models.If you want one and cant get to an event there are plenty of people who buy multiple and sell them online.

    3. I'm totally fine with it. As long as it's only cosmetics, i don't care.
      New units with new stats would be a very bad thing, but that's not the case.

    4. Dropzone event exclusives have not been separate units with unique rule sets. I think they are navigating these waters better than just about anyone.

      And when they do have something that needs to be changed, they do it