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  • More than six centuries have passed since the Fall changed Ea. Humanity struggles to rebuild after that cataclysm and the Long Winter that followed. With the Hollow Throne empty, the Hundred Kingdoms remain embroiled in internecine warfare, as the Nobility covets the remnants of the Empire, while the Church grinds its teeth at the weakened Orders. With mankind far from the glory and might of its Old Dominion, the enigmatic Spires exert their power for the first time in eons. Shedding millennia of custom and practice, the merchant princes seek the wealth of the lesser races, in an effort to break the stranglehold of power the Directorate and the Sovereign House exert. As the vicious games of these elders spill into the mortal realm, misery and warfare spread like a disease from their domains...

    Contains:

    • 1x Hundred Kingdoms: Female Noble Lord

    Preorderable

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on Aug. 31, 2022

    $23.19

  • Conquest - the Last Argument of Kings is a mass battle wargame produced by Para Bellum Wargames. The rules of the game are quick and easy to learn for a new player but are still able to offer a new and complex strategy to master. Conquest does away with player turns and army deployment. Instead, it focuses its play around the command stack mechanic, where each player determines at the beginning of the round what order his troops are going to be activated in. Coupled with a unique escalation reinforcement mechanic where light, medium and heavy troops each have their roles, the fog of war is a very real thing.

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    MSRP $54.99

    Released on July 1, 2022

    $43.99

  • A Hundred Kingdoms Warband is the ideal place for an aspiring commander to begin his collection into the world of Conquest. With 1 Characters, 1 Cavalry set and three Regiments it provides the player with enough troops to play a solid game of Conquest: First Blood, while also providing a starting point for a full Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings army. Makes a great gift! Includes 12 Household Guard or Gilded Legion Miniatures, 12 Militia Bowmen, 12 Militia Miniatures, 3 Household Knights Miniatures, 1 Noble Lord Miniature, 1 Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings 1.5 Rulebook, All Assembly Guides, a path of Conquest Hundred Kingdoms guide, and a preview of First Blood 2.0 with $10 coupon for the print copy. An amazing starter army with 12 Household Guard or Gilded Legion Miniatures, 12 Militia Bowmen, 12 Militia Miniatures, 3 Household Knights Miniatures, 1 Noble Lord Miniature, 1 Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings 1.5 Rulebook, All Assembly Guides, a path of Conquest Hundred Kingdoms guide, and a preview of First Blood 2.0 with $10 coupon for the print copy.

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    MSRP $164.99

    Released on March 30, 2022

    $131.99

  • Trained in the arts of combat almost from childhood, squires are a potent force on the field even if they lack the panoply of a full knight. Often the youngest sons of the landed nobles or wealthy burghers, their arms and epuipment are a cut above what one would expect. Many noble houses have taken to fielding their squires in battle, rewarding them generously for their efforts calculating that their breeding, education and training are far more valuable and dependable than the simple mercenary motivation of a man at arms. 3 models per pack Includes Command expansion and regiment stands, assembly guides and 1 iCard.

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    MSRP $49.99

    Released on Feb. 11, 2022

    $39.99

  • Modest, humble and absolutely terrified a Neophyte really has no place on the battlefield... but devout warriors of the Hundred Kingdoms are often accompanied by one nonetheless. Capable of providing final rites and shriving the troops of their sins, the presence of a neophyte does little for the battle effectiveness of the troop, but does mark them as devout in the eyes of their general and gods. 1 Resin Miniature, 1 x 27mm plastic base, 1 iCard

    1 in stock

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on Feb. 11, 2022

    $23.19

  • These retinue characters act as tactical advisers to the characters. 3 Resin Miniatures

    2 in stock

    MSRP $69.99

    Released on Feb. 11, 2022

    $55.99

  • Sculpted by the Para Bellum team, our Hundred Kingdoms Founder’s Exclusive - The Joust - depicts a Mounted Noble Lord challenging a dark Tourney Champion. Frozen a fraction of an instant before impact with the noble lord riding out full tilt against his dark challenger, this scene is one of the most iconic and timeless images of feudal times.

    This Founder's Exclusive contains two fantastically detailed knights charging each other full tilt! Each model in the diorama can also be fielded either as a Mounted Noble Lord or as a Tourney Champion, giving you even more options to depict the flower of the Hundred Kingdoms nobility in action!

    WARNING: Not suitable for children under 36 months. Small parts. Essential pointed components.

    Box Contents

    • 2 Resin mounted deluxe sculptures that are completely playable in game
    • 2 Cavalry Bases
    • 1 Resin Diorama base
    • 2 Resin scenic bases

    Product Information

    • Assembly: Required.
    • Box size: 15x15x20cm
    • Material: Resin
    • Scale: 38mm

    Limited Edition

    Sequentially numbered to 400 (350 for sale, 50 for prize support in 2022)

    2 in stock

    MSRP $169.99

    Released on Jan. 1, 2022

    $159.99

  • Grab a friend and dive into the world of Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings with our Core Box Set! With proposed scenarios designed to ease you into the system of Conquest, the box contains three warbands and a commander unit for each faction, allowing two players to clash on the field. Whether you rally the might of the Hundred Kingdoms or command the twisted creations of the Spires, the objective is one and the same: Conquest. English Language Box and Contents: 69 Plastic Miniatures, 6 model markers, 1 Rule Book, 12 Dice, 20 Cards

    MSRP $164.99

    Released on May 23, 2021

    $65.00

  • This versatile Starter Set is designed for novices and veterans alike. New players can dip their toes into the world of Conquest with the Hundred Kingdoms and launch into a quick game of First Blood with just the contents of this pack while veterans players can acquire a character while reinforcing key units on a budget! Taster set with 4 Militia figures, 4 Household Guard/Gilded Legion figures, Noble Lord, 5 Command Cards, Bases and FB Rulebook

    MSRP $54.99

    Released on May 23, 2021

    $35.00

  • Null Mages are gifted in each of the four elements. While no human could hope to reach the pinnacle of power that a Dweghom Sorcerer could muster, it is a known truism that it is easier to destroy than create. Given his access to all of the elements it is almost trivially easy for a Null Mage to dispel the efforts of even the most powerful mage, allowing the Hunter Cadre that hired him to finish the job safely and efficiently.

    Contains:

    • 1x Resin Miniature
    • 1x Base

    1 in stock

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on May 23, 2021

    $23.19

  • A Noble Lord on foot, surrounded by his loyal Household Guard, is a force to be reckoned with. A trained Noble Lord on foot, surrounded by his loyal Household Guard as they are led by his loyal Armsmaster is something to behold. 1 Resin Miniature, 1 x 27mm plastic base, 1 iCard, an offensive addition to their Noble Lords and the Houshold Guard

    2 in stock

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $23.19

  • These sets include each factions’ Secret Objectives updated for the second edition, as well as all new, individually illustrated, Spell Cards for each spell available to the casters of each faction to serve as memory aids and casting tokens. All of these cards are contained within a beautifully illustrated and faction themed deck box to allow players to keep all of the cards needed to play Conquest in a single, easy to access container.

    13 Spell Cards, 15 Command Cards, 10 Objective Cards, 1 Wound Trackers, 1 Hundred Kingdoms Deck Box

    1 in stock

    MSRP $25.00

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $13.75

  • The Chapter Mages of the Hundred Kingdoms have long been a powerful political tool, their magics more suited to the civilized environment of the court rooms and balls, than the raw elemental puissance demanded on the battlefield. Be one a noble, a bishop or a merchant, keeping a Chapter Mage in one’s retinue is proof of power and influence. Many have wondered why Chapter Mages, long considered amongst the most innovative and creative practitioners of this Art, only rarely become more of a political power within the Hundred Kingdoms as individuals or even organized institutions. The imbalanced soul, however, required by practitioners, often manifests as an excessive or compulsive mind and so the very source of a Chapter Mage’s power becomes the halt of their social and political success. The stories of temperamental and impulsive Pyromancers, distracted and impatient Aeolomancers or plodding, obsessive Geomancers is not a cultural cliché: their esoteric obsessions and proclivities are manifestations of their own imbalanced souls, and isolate them from mundane society, almost invariably turning them into pariahs or recluses. This necessary imbalance, made manifest in young human Gifted, is what drives them to turn to the Chapters, chartered schools funded by the Imperial Court for the identification, protection and control of the Gifted population of the Empire. These Charters have characteristics as diverse as the individuals who congregate there: The Pool of Stillness caters mainly to Geomancers and Hydromancers, but also to Aeolomancers seeking to still their unquiet souls. The Gates of Fire, considered to be the foremost battle-mage training ground, attracts mostly Pyromancers, but many an Aeolomancer and Hydromancer have found solace in its strict regimes. Chapter schools, however, do not represent the only place a Gifted student could hope to master the Art. The Churches are also aggressive recruiters of those they claim possess the ‘divine spark’, their aggressive, sometimes predatory, recruiting strategies making them natural enemy of the Chapters and its practitioners. Even beyond these two redoubtable institutions there are other, less conspicuous, places where one might get trained, if they possess the necessary will and aptitudes…

    1 Resin Miniature, 1 x 27mm plastic base, 1 iCard, bring magic to your Kingdom's side

    2 in stock

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $23.19

  • The training regime of the Steel Legion is as legendary as the unit itself. Those who have failed it speak with the harshest words to describe it, recounting drills and abuses, both physical and mental, and pressure that are hard to believe. Be such claims true or not, one thing is certain: every single man and woman of the Steel Legion has gone through it and their effectiveness on the field is undeniable, while their performance under the harshest of circumstances unfaltering. While the worth of each of the Legionnaires is unquestioned, an observant eye can see the source of their performance; for in the presence of their Drillmasters, the Legion’s fervor and aggression is unstoppable. After all, it only makes sense for one to perform better when someone screams at one’s ear during combat, asking what one’s major malfunction is.

    2 Resin Miniature, 1 x 27mm plastic base, 1 iCard, designed to boost your Steel Legion

    2 in stock

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $23.19

  • The recruitment standards of the Gilded Legion today are even stricter than those of the Steel Legion. Each candidate must be able to prove ten years of prior service in an armed and active unit. In addition, one must present two recommendation letters, at least one of which must be from a recognized imperial servant of the rank of Lictor and above, which provide assurances  of the individual’s loyalty, skill and character. Once a prospective candidate’s credentials have been accepted, he must then endure the Ordeal, a fitness regime based on the Agoge practiced in the City States, one of the most ruthless training processes ever devised by man. While the hearts of the people would never be won despite the legion’s restructuring, what once was hatred and loathing, has turned into fearful contempt. In the end, Gilded Legionnaires care little. Sharing common living grounds, their families befriending each other, their children growing together, the Gilded Legion has become more than a choice, for many. It is a tradition and a way of life, the bonds between its members as lasting and loyal as their dedication to their work. Following these reforms, the Gilded Legion became a powerful tool in the hands of the Chamberlain, ensuring the sanctity and safety of the Imperial Mint, the most influential Imperial institution under his control. Loath to waste such a valuable resource on petty squabbles, the Gilded Legion cannot be hired out as mere mercenaries and remains committed to its guard and garrison duties. Their presence on the battlefield means the Chamberlain himself has a vested interest in the outcome, a proposition almost as disheartening as facing these professional killers on the field.

    12 models per pack Includes Command expansion and regiment stands. 1 iCard. (Dual Kit with Household Knights)

    1 in stock

    MSRP $42.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $34.39

  • While their equipment may vary from household to household, the oldest Noble Houses have employed the same arms and equipment for centuries. A mixture of function and form, each of their household guard is armored a heavy breastplate over mail or padding, and a halberd. The wealthier the family the more ornate the armor and helmet, but one thing can be guaranteed: it will be functional. The halberd has been the traditional ceremonial weapon of all guards in the Hundred Kingdoms for centuries, and the household guard are no exception. These veterans however, have mastered the weapon to a degree that the massed troop levies that commonly wield them could not hope to match. On the field of battle, it is not uncommon to see the master of a House leading the Household Guard in person. Leaving the gallant antics of knightly combat to the younger generation and with his safety guaranteed by the presence of his trusted Arms Master, many a veteran Noble Lord has swung a battle by leading his Household Guard to shatter the enemies’ infantry line.

    12 models per pack Includes Command expansion and regiment stands. 1 iCard. (Dual Kit with Gilded Legion)

    3 in stock

    MSRP $42.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $34.39

  • Following the sweeping reforms of Charles Armatellum at the onset of his conquests, the ceremony of dubbing can only be performed by an Imperial noble of at least the rank of Margrave or Count Palatine. The anointment, moreover, can only take place after a battle in which the prospective knight has blooded his blade. These mandates were established to ensure that only men of true prowess earned the rank of Knight. Even with the Empire dissolved, those mandates are well preserved traditions and those who ignore them meet ridicule. In fact, a recurring article presented in the Imperial Conclaves is the appointment of Counts Palatine, to replace those who may have fallen in battle or died of old age. The massed charge of Household Knights is one of the most powerful weapons at the disposal of a Hundred Kingdoms commander. Hundreds of pounds of obdurate metal and muscle, forged through years of training and experience, they have shattered men, formations, and kingdoms throughout the ages.

    3 models per pack Includes Command expansion and regiment stands. 1 iCard.

    2 in stock

    MSRP $42.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $33.54

  • The Hunter Cadre are bounty hunters, plain and simple. Gifted with the right tools and know-how, they are tasked with hunting down the most dangerous of beasts and spellcasters who would threaten the main battleline of the Hundred Kingdoms force. Their dedicated professionalism has spelt the doom to countless dangerous foes across hundreds of battles. 12 models per pack Includes Command expansion and regiment stands. 1 iCard. (Dual Kit with Longbowmen)

    1 in stock

    MSRP $42.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $34.39

  • While they often return to their own Houses, Imperial Officers can be found in the command tents and leading the troops of many a powerful noble house of the Hundred Kingdoms; few would turn away such an educated and well-trained officer, much less so when an Imperial Officer’s presence is the only way to deploy some of the most powerful forces that can be mustered on the field of battle. It is a known fact that the surviving Imperial Legions vastly favor working with Imperial Officers, as they share not just similar training, but the same mentality and approach to war. Men serving under Imperial Officers may find it a strict regime, but no one has ever claimed that their officers have not earned their respect. Though no Emperor sits on the Hollow Throne, though countless squabbling nobles pick at the vulnerable tapestry of a once great empire, the Tellian Empire is not dead. A fraction of its former glory shines in the efficiency, performance and drill of any army commanded by an Imperial Officer.

    3 Resin Miniature, 1 x 27mm plastic base, 1 iCard

    1 in stock

    MSRP $28.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $23.19

  • The cornerstone to many a commander’s battleplan, the longbowmen of the Hundred Kingdoms are a tremendous addition to any force. Providing a withering amount of long ranged firepower, these troops fulfill a vital role in the Hundred Kingdoms war machine. Note this product is a dual Kit that allows players to create either the Longbowmen or the Hunter Cadre troop type. 12 models per pack Includes Command expansion and regiment stands. 1 iCard. (Dual Kit with Hunter Cadre)

    1 in stock

    MSRP $42.99

    Released on April 1, 2021

    $34.39

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