Maybe I should go up the middle sir.
A look back at the long (and complex) history of Dust—and a look at the miniatures!
Well, it’s not as ancient as some of the other games I’ve featured in this segment, but as I was showing you my recent painting jobs on these Dust bunkers, I thought I’d show you some of the rest of the range and chat semi-coherently about the convoluted history of Dust, illustrator Paolo Parente’s weird war creation. Because it’s been around for more than ten years now! From its beginnings as the inspiration behind AT-43 to its current Dust 1947 iteration, the game continues despite a rocky road from publisher to publisher.
For more, check out my support for Dust on the EOG: comprehensive summaries and references for Dust Tactics, Dust Second Edition, and Dust Warfare, an interview with past publisher Battlefront, and battle reports 1 (parts one and two), 2 (parts one and two) and 3 (parts one and two and three).