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Any news from Ultima Ratio?

Posted by zirrian on 14 Nov 2016, 06:57

Hi folks,

Since I've finally painted some of Ultima Ratio's Mujahideen and got their Specnaz on my shelf as well, I'd like to ask if any of you know what's going on with them nowadays. Information is scarce (at least on parts of the internet I can understand), and I really like the figures - I'll get the Soviet/Polish infantry at one point as well because they are really lovely figures, but wonder what they are up to. Some more sets for Afghanistan would be nice.
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Posted by tom s on 14 Nov 2016, 13:40

i saw this on the vk site after hitting the translation

A certain amount of revelation from a reputable Charon:
- developed four sets of "Ultima Ratio": the British and the Japanese in the Second World in South East Asia, plus two sets of late medieval Swiss;
- Sipahi "Dark Dream Studio", finally came out and from day to day will be available;
-. Under the brand name "RedBox", along with the continuation of the theme of the Spanish and Italian infantry of the XVI century, in the foreseeable future will go hiking Burgundians of Charles the Bold
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Posted by zirrian on 14 Nov 2016, 13:45

Great news, thanks Tom!
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Posted by pipers on 14 Nov 2016, 14:53

Nice!!!!!!!
16 century in italy very very nice!!!!!!
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Posted by zulu`s 1000`s of em on 14 Nov 2016, 17:06

Heron has said on Strelets the next set will be British WW2 Chindits
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Posted by tom s on 14 Nov 2016, 18:47

i remember the images of orions turkish cavalry way back when.looking forward to finally getting them.
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Posted by pipers on 14 Nov 2016, 19:19

And for future released gnw o wss!!!!!
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Posted by Erich von Manstein on 23 Nov 2016, 20:41

More WWII japanese, thats good news.
Hope the mentioned SE-Asia troops will show an approtiate ragged-looking appearance.
More XVI century italians & spanish figures will be highly welcomed as well.
Burgundians are another interisting and neglected area.
The long awaited Turks finally! :yeah:

What a fantastic & wide scope Haron & his partners are offering! :yeah: :yeah: :yeah:
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