Latest blog posts:
Jonas sets out into the world of miniature production, starting with a range of duck adventurers.
Our Fantasy city is expanded with some walls and fences, and a new group of adventurers arrive.
With the surge of Fantasy wargaming lately, it was just a matter of time before the Greenskins would invade. This time, it's a second hand work lot!
Our adventures in Frostgrave called for a step pyramid. Inspired by the mighty ziggurats of Ur, something different turns up instead!
A strange tower has been seen in our Frostgrave town. As our entrepid explorers fight over it, more monsters are added to the roster of threats that crawl all over the place.
Frostgrave is an unusual skirmish game in that your warbands can encounter all kinds of monsters while fighting each other. This calls for a bunch of random minis to leave the pile of shame and get a quick paintjob!
With Frostgrave popping up at the club, lots of warbands are taking form. With a small model count, it's the perfect opportunity to make some unique sets of minis - like sculpting fantasy ducks!
The first battalion of the Vistula Legion joins the French Grande Armée of 1812. Learn more about this unusual unit and their role in the Napoleonic wars.
Another new blog! This time we'll dig into making winter armies, starting with some test Americans for the Ardennes in 1944.
Winter Americans (Perry Miniatures)
New blog! This one will cover Japanese pre-modern architecture and how to model it for tabletop games. The first blog post covers different styles of village and towns and, the second one sees the beginning of redecorating a typical MDF kit to be more historically correct.
Part 1: Japanese Towns and Villages
Part 2: Fixing a MDF House
The Halfling warband is expanding with spearmen and halberdiers.
Some remaining gaps in the Fallschirmjäger support list is filled for future games in 2021
After converting the first box, it's time to get these hobbits ready to fight in the Italian Wars.
In his hunt for Renaissance Halflings, Jonas accidentally starts sculpting miniatures.
Our DAK forces get some appreciated mobility in the form of some halftracks.
A completely new blog, covering our ventures into the Dark Ages. First out is Jonas' plan for a Viking warband, and the first painted miniatures in the form of Footsore's shieldmaidens.
It's finally here, our campaign book for Gazala! It includes a bunch of stuff for Chain of Command players:
So hopefully there's something for you no matter if you want to play in North Africa theater in the Spring of 1942, or if you just want to try out new ways to play CoC.
It's time to organize the construction of our French artillery. This blog entry explains what the difference is between regimental and divisional artillery batteries, and how you can recreate them in your French army.
Converting foot dragoons is pretty straight forward. Here's an example based on Victrix and Perry miniatures, combined with some dragoons from Brigade Games.
A second batch of DAK reinforcements for multi-player games of CoC. With bigger games being planned, six more thematic deployment points are also added.
With Covid-19 we saw a huge influx of cardboard boxes from online shopping. Instead of throwing them, why not turn them into thematic homes for your regiments?
Kriget kommer ("War is Coming") is an anti-fascist wargaming club in Malmö, Sweden. We approach both historical and imaginary worlds with a high ambition for both painted armies, hand-made terrain and what we consider good rules. On this website we collect the results of our experiments in painting, modeling, army collecting and tinkering with rules.
The Mediterranean blog covers our current main focus, which is a large campaign using the Chain of Command ruleset. The campaign is set during the battle of Gazala 1942, which we have a sourcebook for which you can download.
We also have some other projects that are coming along, and they have their own blogs.
You are very welcome to contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or at our Facebook page.
Other sites you should visit
Scattered Dice - Sister blog that is also hailing from Malmö
Wargaming with Silver Whistle - A blog covering CoC and many other games, with great pictures
Anatoli's Game Room - Fellow Southern Swede blogger that also covers Chain of Command
Tall Hats and Bad Guns - Another Scandinavian blog, this time Danes primarily showcasing Napoleonic wargaming.
Foundry - Alli's beloved source of Renaissance minis
Warlord Games - You'll see many of their kits on our tables
Perry Miniatures - Jonas is a fanboy after hundreds of samurai, and a good source for both early Renaissance, Napoleonic and WW2 miniatures
Mura Miniatures - Shameless plug for Jonas' site about samurai wargaming and 6mm terrain
Baccus 6mm - Very many and great 6mm ranges!
Adler Miniatures - Among other small things, absolutely splendid napoleonic cavalry and WW2 infantry in 6mm.
Honour - Games developer Sam Mustafas site. A man that takes gaming to a new level with his miniatures rules, we are looking for a fight with his Napoleonic games Lasalle and Blücher
Too Fat Lardies - Authors of the excellent WW2 skirmish rules Chain of Command. Indulge the lard!
WWII Aerial Photos and Maps - Superb site that is an invaluable resource for historical WWII campaigns