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REDDITCH WARGAMING SOCIETY

Matt Purdie discusses the Worcestershire club’s expansion outside of miniatures, the ongoing popularity of sci-fi and the universal love of Dropfleet Commander

When and how did your club start?

Redditch Wargaming Society was founded in April 2011 by Simon Ashton, Stuart Davies and Luke Davies. It was originally formed as a gaming club playing Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40,000, Lord of the Rings and Warmachine.

How has the club changed since?

The club has increased greatly in size and variation of gaming style in recent years. It is now widely popular, with sci-fi games and RPGs included, and tends to follow the trends of its players from release to tournaments, with Dropzone Commander and smaller games making more of a comeback recently.

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