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  • Better and better. Lovely paintwork. As to mock naval battles, the Flavian amphitheatre, or Colosseum, was built over Nero's palace and possibly reused the palace's waterwork infrastructure which had previously been used to create an artificial lake.

  • Health and happiness! "Kin die, and cattle die, but judgement over dead man will not die for as long as there are people speaking the tongue of Åsk." By own might and piety toward the gods, the new Jarl will be @infamousme, for his daring warriors will feast and fight forever in the halls of the slain. Remember his name, and have the skalds recite sagas of his deeds! Witness the new Lord of the Hobby rise! Congratulations to @infamousme! His raiding party sports a fine palette and bases bearing…

  • Found this on Warseer: Quote from quidamcorvus: “In February, on my blog the DansE MacabrE, I published a tutorial in which I showed you how to make candles with a toothpick, copper wire and Wikol glue. The guide can be found HERE. However, today I have for you another way to make candles. The idea is not mine, some time ago I saw a short photo tutorial on the AlienLAB Creator, site, and while building the Grimnir Monument to Warheim FS I decided to try this way to make several candles of differ…

  • Uther the unhinged over on Chaos Dwarfs Online had a whole bag of ideas, as per usual. Check them out, be welcome to discuss and please contribute your own to the concept pool if you've got any. Quote from Uther the unhinged: “Ok, given other areas probably most fun in going down the Swiss route Therefore spear phalanxes tick Crossbows tick Super accurate clockwork powered over complicated clockwork crossbows much better than dark elf but more likely to just explode in shower of cogs tick Small …

  • Master de Witte has started to pick up on concept ideas from over on Chaos Dwarfs Online: Bowler NTchxeu.jpg Quote from Matthew Klaas de Witte: “Unofficial fan content Bowlers are large (even for a warrior of Albion) slingers who hurl large stones. You may think you need to get close to not have to confront getting your helm caved-in by massive stones. But upon inspecting their size, you may think out-ranging them with your own missiles would be a smarter approach. At higher levels, these men we…

  • Culture proposals for the three great Dwarven Holds of Vetia's White Mountains are up now, running from west to east on the world map: TXlc134.jpg Nevaz Vanez The westernmost great Dwarven Hold is a financial center and overland trade hub with rich copper ore and fine bronze casting. Nevaz Vanez and its surrounding smaller daughter Holds sport particularly renowned though excentric engineers. These Dwarves were the original inventors of both mail armour and clockwork, and their precision enginee…

  • TXlc134.jpg Dwarven Hold of Nevaz Vanez A quick background proposal for Helvetian-Swiss fantasy Dwarves in the westernmost of Vetia's three great Dwarven Holds of the White Mountains. Engineering, spears and banking.

  • TXlc134.jpg Dwarf of Nevaz Vanez The westmost of the three great Dwarven Holds in the White Mountains is Nevaz Vanez. This Dwarven powerhouse, along with its surrounding lesser daughter Holds, could be based on the ancient Celtic tribe of Helvetians, and by extension Switzerland. This proposal is borne out of Nevaz Vanez' location in Vetia (T9A Europe), and is likwise the logical conclusion of this proposal arc for the White Mountains, with the eastmost Dwarven Hold, Nevaz Derom, being fantasy D…

  • Wow, it's fantastic with paint on. We'll want some scenic diorama style shots with models duking it out in the arena! And bystanders, if you happen to have some for a crowd.

  • The kind and skilled artist Joel Chaim Holtzman has given me permission to pick from his personal works for non-profit (i.e. homebrew) T9A use. So here are two recent pieces by master Holtzman, which may adorn the Al-Qassar homebrew army book: abassid_warrior_by_joelchaimholtzman_dde3z51-fullview.jpg Abassid Warrior hamsa_by_joelchaimholtzman_ddh9k7z-pre.jpg HamsaQuote from Joel Chaim Holtzman: “Here is a new personal painting I made around 2 weeks ago. It is part of my worldbuilding project, an…

  • Some more ideas from Warhammer-Fan over on Deviantart. Check them out, and please respond if you like (I'll pass on answers to him): Quote from Warhammer-Fan: “Has anyone decided to make an experimental slave race of the Chaos Dwarfs as a twisted fusion of Greenskin and Beastman? Like Minotorks or Ungorblins? ________________ What about more random magical Chaos Gribblies, like Bog Octopi and Samd Clams from WFRP 1st Edition? ________________ Any ideas for unusual hybrids a Chaos Sorcerer could …

  • Utterly fantastic. This is near to Tabletop World quality and build methods. Very dedicated!

  • Brainstorming thread for Ezorian (Isaurian) Vermin Swarm tribes, among other Minor Augean highlanders, is up now. Check it out and contribute your own ideas: Tribes of the northwest Barren Mountains wS4xFin.jpg

  • Brainstorming thread for Karkuwiyan (Karian) Orcs & Goblins, among other Minor Augean highlanders, is up now. Check it out and contribute your own ideas: Tribes of the northwest Barren Mountains wS4xFin.jpg

  • wS4xFin.jpg Tribal fight in the northwest Barren Mountains The Caucasus Mountains are famous for harbouring many different peoples since ancient times, with tribes barely being in contact with the others in the next valley. While the open steppes of Central Asia provided the perfect stomping grounds for nomadic conquerors to forge new peoples through an ethnogenesis of the winners take it all (for as long as they keeps winning), mountainous Caucasus instead provided shelter for the weak, and pre…

  • Absolutely lovely work, Everstrife! This is the spirit. Exploratory, communally working together, with minis and artwork to boot in the pipeline. Just beautiful to behold. Sidenote on Pygmies: I suppose there would also be peaceful pygmy tribes (Taphrian equivalent to Halflings/Hobbits), given real pygmy peoples' harmless and unwarlike way of life. But in a fantasy wargame, those wouldn't show up much on the radar, at least not for army lists if there are also warlike pygmies (because martial an…

  • Henge Chariot UrHBMNG.jpg Quote from "Matthew Klaas de Witte": “Original fan content "It's a shame you can't just pick up the Ogham Stones and take them with you, they're so helpful casting spells, but never in exactly the right place when you need them" - Boio Windspeaker, Truthsayer of The Circle. Unwitting inventor of the Henge Chariot. The Ogham Stones augment the winds of magic, improving the quality of spell, and ease of casting. Other Truthsayers scoffed and even laughed at Boio's idea, b…

  • Lovely work! Thought you might want to invert the outward-curving khopesh blade into an inward-curving shotel sickle sword (whose purpose is to get behind the enemy's shield), the most distinctive weapon of ancient Ethiopia, upon which fantasy Kegiz Gavem is based. (Hidden Content) Cheers!

  • A few members on CDO have showed their painted or unpainted metal Kharmazabetch miniatures. No links on hand though, sorry. Should be somewhere in the army logs the last 2 years. Perhaps try contacting them again on E-mail?

  • @Mad 'At: Very nice! This is already finished and has already been published/released/posted? Then just change some minor things (layout, wording in a couple of places, art or pictures or the like; not much, just a little something; write a short story or whatever) for an entry version, and enter away. Work should be new/not seen before in a finished state for contest, and a minor update counts as being all new where rules are concerned. One can't expect anyone to come up with completely new rul…