Build a free miniature to take home at Tabletop Gaming Live


10 September 2018
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regiments-44650.jpg Regiments Industry (Anvil Industry)
Anvil Industry giving away free Regiments figures during London convention on September 29th and 30th

Never built a tabletop miniature before, but want to give it a go without spending a penny? Simply want another figure to add to your bulging collection – for free? Whether you’re one or the other, or somewhere in-between, bring yourself along to our Tabletop Gaming Live convention later this month for your chance to pick up a free miniature.

UK wargaming specialist Anvil Industry is bringing along its collection of sci-fi and historical model-making parts to the London convention taking place at Alexandra Palace on September 29th and 30th 2018, and will be offering visitors who swing by its stand at G24 a free miniature to put together and take home with them.

At the booth you’ll find a table full of sprues and pieces from the company’s Regiments Infantry range, plus the modelling clippers and superglue required to construct a customised 28mm figure yourself – nothing else required.

Simply pick the bits you want to put on your model, stick them on and you’ll have a fully completed figure you can take away from the show and use at home.

It’s just one of the many, many things available to do during Tabletop Gaming Live, which will include the opportunity to play the brand new game from Magic: The Gathering creator Richard Garfield, KeyForge: Call of the Archons, and pick up a copy of Pandemic designer Matt Leacock’s new co-op board game Forbidden Sky, which celebrates its UK launch at the show on September 29th and 30th.

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For a longer list of some of the games and publishers bringing their latest releases to London’s Alexandra Palace, head over to this story.

You can also take a look at the schedule of live talks, panels and workshops running through the weekend here – all of which are free to attend and include behind-the-scenes looks at games from designers, experts and more. Oh, and the Tabletop Gaming team, who’ll be doing a special live edition of the Tabletop Gaming Podcast on Sunday.

There’ll also be tournaments, free open gaming, demos, participation games and much more.

You can buy tickets for Tabletop Gaming Live via The Ticket Factory today, with prices starting from £10 and accompanied children under 10 attending for free. Family bundles and weekend passes are available for extra savings.

Please be aware that Anvil Industry’s miniature-building event will have limited availability while stocks last, and the image used above may not represent the miniatures or components available to build at the show.

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