Latest blog posts:
Most of the leftover miniatures from previous paint batches are done. A mix of less useful additions (...more radios?) and some nifty heavy guns arrive at the frontline in North Africa.
The temporary break in the historical painting continues with some angry greenskins.
First out for our Necromunda adventures, Jonas painted up an Escher gang to cause havoc in the Underhive.
Jonas paints a lot of Victrix Frenchmen, and explains his decisions on how to build and base his battalions.
The second part of the Fallschirmjäger updates cover the first couple of support options. Flamethrowers, anti-tank weapons, machine guns, snipers and more!
The Luftwaffe gets involved in our North Africa games. Part one covers the basic platoon, including command, NCOs, LMGs and riflemen.
Warhammer Nostalgia is the name of the game, as Jonas waxes on about his childhood encounter with miniature wargaming. But will there be some GW miniatures painted in 2020?
The Napoleonic campaign continues! The Russians have been on the retreat after the intial French successes. With the invaders spreading out to loot much needed supplies, will the defenders manage to turn the tide and defeat them in detail in the third battle of the campaign?
Russian battle report
French battle report
Jonas is inspired by the new year, and tries out new stuff: zenithal priming, a wet palette, and two new miniatures ranges - Avanpost and Calpe Miniatures.
Jonas paints up our first unit of 16th century javelin-throwing nighmare fuel.
Jonas and Marcus set out to test the new WW2 terrain and platoons. Will the staunch Cape Town Higlanders be able to hold off the Fallschirmjäger force that is dead set on seizing this small Tunisian village?
Heed Jonas's words, French players, as he gives you the secret to painting up more minis than your clubmates: the glorious greatcoat!
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. The campaign is a second trial for our modified ruleset for larger campaigns in Chain of Command, starting date is 7 october 2018!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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