A world steeped in history, where the once mighty have fallen and their slaves are victorious - at least for now. A world which echoes with the countless gentle hoofsteps of the diminutive but resilient Fubarnii, whose Empire spans the continent of vast plains where traders and strange beasts roam ever watchful of the fast limbs and savage claws of the Devanu, that proud race who now scavenge on the edges of a world they once ruled. A world where others feel that now is the time to stake a claim. This is the world of Twilight.
Twilight is the setting for a fantasy miniatures wargame, with a range of unique models and wonderful rich setting. It is however more than that. It is the culmination of a vision for a fantasy setting that avoids the normal races derived from the works of Tolkien and the ever-applicable excuse that 'a Wizard did it'. Twilight has a deep and complex history in which creatures and cultures have evolved, each in their own way. The game of Twilight explores this world, beginning in the settlements of the Empire, under constant attack from the vicious Devanu tribes that scrape a living by preying on livestock or unwary travellers. However, this is just the beginning and there is much more to be uncovered, as the world of the Fubarnii themselves is on the brink of change.
If you are looking for a game of elves and goblins clashing it out in a no-holds-barred contest to beat your opponent's models into a bloody pulp, then you are probably looking in the wrong place. We can recommend half a dozen very good games that will keep you amused. However, if you are looking for something different, for a carefully thought out alternative fantasy world that you can get immersed in and possibly even influence, and for a fun, quick little game then it is just possible that you could be looking in the right place.