Miniature Trading help

armies for the game

List of Armies

On this page, all armies created for a given collectible miniature game are shown. Armies are assortements of miniatures designed by a player to use them in play, and should therefore follow all the rules of the corresponding game. If you want to see all the details of a specific Army, you only need to click on its name and you'll access its own page.
Nevertheless, you cannot access the details of private armies, which are only accessible by their authors. Priate armies are identified with a different color and a small icon next to their names.

For each Army, the listing shows its name, its size (as total point value), its author and the date it was created. For each author, you can visit his public trader page, you can check how active he is on the site (from the small activity colored dot), and you may contact him directly through the icon in the shape of an envelope.

The list also includes the number of comments added to each army, and the total of votes obtained, together with the resulting average score. All the registered users of the site may rate the armies and give them a score that indicates how much they like them. The army with the best score each week is selected as our Army of the Week, and is displayed on our home page during all those seven days.

If you want to create a Army for this game, you can do so from this list by following the link at the top that reads "Create your own Deck here".

If there are more than 20 armies for a game, you can use the Army Search engine to look for those that interest you the most. You can select the armies created by a given user by just entering his user name on the form, or you can get those armies with a specific minimum or maximum size. Similarly you can search for armies which have a certain word or text in their names, or in the description text entered by their authors.

You can sort the list of Armies by any of the displayed columns. You only need to click on their headers. For example, to sort by the author's user name, you click on the word "Author", on the second column. The first time you click, the sorting is made in ascending order. If you click again on the same column, the sorting is inverted and becomes descending.

Changing the order of the listing lets you, for example, see which armies have received more comments, or a higher rating, and lets you group the armies created on the same date.

If there are many armies for the same game, the listing will be split into pages, which you can access through the links that will appear at the bottom of the list.