The Wings of Glory® game mats are a modular system designed to provide you with the ultimate gaming surface for your aerial battles, suitable both for WW1 and WW2 gaming.
Different styles are available, each of them compatible with all other Wings of Glory Game Mats.
Each mat is 68 x 98 cm (27” x 39”) in size. You can join two, four, or even more, Game Mats together, in the combination you prefer, to create a larger battlefield.
Wings of Glory Game Mats are printed in full color on an extra–thick foam covered with special tissue. They can be rolled up for easy storage and will remain perfectly flat when opened.
Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the Grassy Field Playmat , a 3’ by 3’ playing surface for the Runewars Miniatures Game featuring a vibrant green field.The Grassy Field Playmat plants your miniatures battles in an open field, ripe for placing terrain and other obstacles easily and seamlessly to bring life to your living battlefield. Though the mat is specifically designed for play with the Runewars Miniatures Game, with the rolling green fields matching the terrain that comes in the core set, the minimalist design is perfect for a variety of miniatures games. Whether you’re landing troops on a planet of rolling hills or sending your forces to medieval battle, the 3' x 3' Grassy Field Playmat provides plenty of room to deploy your armies. The mat not only offers a flavorful playing surface, but its slip-resistant bottom will ensure your valuable minis will stay safe during your skirmishes.
The rubber that makes up the Grassy Field Playmat makes for not only a smooth, clean surface for both you and your opponent, but easy transport options for the mat. Just roll it up and take it you your favorite local gamestore! You can even combine two Grassy Field Playmats to create a massive 6’ by 3’ playing field for a full game of the Runewars Miniatures Game! The design of the Grassy Field Playmat not only blends multiple mats seamlessly, but is perfect for tournament play, offering an appropriate playing surface without distracting from the action of the game.
Whether you’re just starting out in the world of miniatures gaming or are a hardened expert, the Grassy Field Playmat is the perfect purchase to enhance your miniatures gaming experience, offering a classy and safe playing area while adding a splash of flavor to all your favorite miniatures games.
The Hawker Hurricane Mk.I was a British single–seat fighter aircraft. Developed during the 1930s, it was designed and built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the RAF. The Hurricane became renowned during the Battle of Britain, and together with the Supermarine Spitfire had a major role in the campaign. The Hurricane was the real “hero” of British air defense, accounting for almost 60 percent of the 2,739 German losses. Afterwards, it served successfully in all major theatres of World War Two, as it was designed to be easy to repair and modify.
303 Polish Squadron “Kos´ciuszko”No. 303 Squadron was formed in 1940 using experienced Polish pilots, alongside RAF officers. It was the Hurricane squadron with the highest ratio of enemy aircraft destroyed during the Battle of Britain.
This WW2 Wings of Glory® Squadron Pack includes one ready-to-play model, painted and assembled; a decal sheet to customize your model as one of the airplanes from a famous squadron; and everything you need to play (special base with gaming stats, altitude stands, and a deck of airplane, skill and maneuver cards) with the model.
The Junkers Ju.87 B–2, best known as “Stuka,” was a single engine German dive bomber, easily recognizable by its inverted gull wings and fixed undercarriage. The Stuka’s design included several innovative features, including automatic pull–up dive brakes and a famous siren, the Jericho–Trompete, which would unleash a morale crushing whine when diving. The Stuka was widely used with great success during the first period of the Battle of Britain, although it later showed its vulnerability against well–organized opposition.
Sturzkampfgeschwader 77StG 77 spearheaded the German blitzkrieg in Poland and France, but suffered heavy losses of men and machines during the earliest part of the Battle of Britain, when it was used to raid on enemy shipping and islands.
The Messerschmitt Bf. 109 E–3 was one of the most famous airplanes in service with the Luftwaffe, and used primarily as a fighter and high altitude interceptor. It was one of the first truly modern fighters, featuring an all–metal fuselage construction, closed canopy, retractable landing gear, and a liquid–cooled, inverted aero engine. The Bf. 109, in different versions, was first used during the Spanish Civil War and was still in service at the dawn of the jet age, at the end of World War II, when it was still the backbone of the Luftwaffe’s fighter force.
Jagdgeschwader 2 “Richthofen”Named after the famous ace of WW1, JG 2 took part in the Battle of Britain, operating over the South Coast of England and the English Channel. While suffering heavy losses, the ace pilots of JG2 inflicted terrible damage to the RAF.