This is FiveCore condensed down to a single page reference sheet, providing the basics of moving, firing and acting within the turn sequence.
This is the same as the "least you need to know" section at the back of the 2nd edition rules.
Use this as a quick intro to the rules and to find out if the full rules would interest you without putting in a lot of money.
Due to the shortness... [click here for more]
Imagi-nations, made-up nation states for our brushfire war games, are quite popular.
This mini supplement provides tables to randomly generate 13 different aspects of your prospective warzone, including cultural coherency, corruption and technological level.
Whether your imagination just needs a little boost or you want to play a completely unique campaign, the Nation Generator can be used with... [click here for more]
With the calendars all insisting it is 2015, we're celebrating it with this grab bag of goodies for each of the Nordic Weasel Games systems.
Within these pages, you will find new options for FiveCore (skirmish AND Company Commander), No End in Sight, No Stars in Sight, Fast And Dirty and the Usurper RPG.
This product is available on a Pay what you Want basis, since the value may vary depending... [click here for more]
FAD is a set of generic wargame rules, that can be played with any miniatures in your collection. The rules will work for science fiction, near future and 20th century warfare.
The rules are intended for miniatures between 15 mm and 28 mm. In theory any figures that are based individually will work fine.
If your miniatures are based in teams, you can still use them, though you will need to indicate... [click here for more]
Welcome to the FiveCore Retro Collection.
What is FiveCore? It's a creative skirmish game, driven by characters and campaign events rather than technical specifications.
Quick to play, suited to a game on a 2x2 foot table and can be taught in minutes without discouraging realistic tactics.
The original Five Men in Normandy rules are focused on WW2 skirmishing while the generic version is suitable... [click here for more]