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-[[i-Kore|i-Kore Games Ltd]] created [[Celtos]] in July 2002. It was a fantasy tabletop wargame based upon Celtic and Norse mythology with an extensive range of fantasy miniatures. There were 5 different armies in the game: The Fir Bolg (Undead), the Fomorians (Orks), Gaels (Barbarians), Sidh (Elves) and the Vanir (Dwarfs). [[Urban Mammoth]] acquired the game in 2004 and then in June 2005 it was bought by {{clink|Brigade Models}} [[#References|[1]]]. It is still in production. The Celtos rulebook credits [[Kevin White]] (head sculptor), [[Mike Owen]] and [[Steve Saleh]] as the sculptors and some of the game's artwork was done by Clint Langley and Adrian Smith [[#References|[2]]]+[[i-Kore|i-Kore Games Ltd]] created [[Celtos]] in July 2002. It was a fantasy tabletop wargame based upon Celtic and Norse mythology with an extensive range of fantasy miniatures. There were 5 different armies in the game: The Fir Bolg (Undead), the Fomorians (Orks), Gaels (Barbarians), Sidh (Elves) and the Vanir (Dwarfs). [[Urban Mammoth]] acquired the game in 2004 and then in June 2005 it was bought by [[Brigade Models]] [[#References|[1]]]. It is still in production. The Celtos rulebook credits [[Kevin White]] (head sculptor), [[Mike Owen]] and [[Steve Saleh]] as the sculptors and some of the game's artwork was done by Clint Langley and Adrian Smith [[#References|[2]]]
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