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A War Transformed: WWI on the Doggerland Front Reviewed

A War Transformed (Osprey Games)Title: A War Transformed – WWI on the Doggerland Front

Publisher: Osprey Games

Author: Frederick Silburn-Slater

Artist: Dimitris Martinos

Year: 2023

Genre: A tactical miniatures rules set focused on a mash up of WWI combat and folk horror

Pages: 224 pages

MSRP: $35.00 for the hardcover or $24.50 for the PDF at DriveThruRPG

I provide my thoughts about the WWI/folk horror mashup A War Transformed: WWI on the Doggerland Front from Osprey Games. The game is a tactical level miniatures rules set featuring the aftermath of the return of old, pagan gods bringing with them magic rituals and plenty of monsters.

1:56 Taking a look inside and discussing A War Transformed
16:00 Final thoughts and review score
20:25 Wrapping up

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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    A War Transformed: WWI on the Doggerland Front Reviewed

    While I certainly feel the setting of A War Transformed: WWI on the Doggerland Front is mighty interesting and quite unique (I'd love to see a TTRPG in this setting) the combat rules strike me as more than likely turning the game into a slog at the table. It's also disappointing we see no images of miniatures, or any of the unique units, to inspire your painting or kit bashing. Plus, like a great many Osprey Games releases, there's no guarantee that this isn't just another one-and-done system from the publisher. I think with a few tweaks to the core combat mechanics, especially the close combat, to speed things up I would certainly have a stronger recommendation.
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