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The Brush and Palette / Re: Monthly Painting & Scenery Goals 2018 ...
« Last post by Shadespyre on Today at 01:28:26 PM »
Nearly finished my orc unit - okay, I went for the easy option of the 10 crossbowmen.

Setting myself the goal of a unit of sword orcs next.
The Brush and Palette / Re: Monthly Painting & Scenery Goals 2018 ...
« Last post by Midaski on Today at 12:28:22 PM »
Padre will be ok, 023  - he said Light Horse and bows ..

..NOT Crossbows  :engel: 
The Brush and Palette / Re: My Grand Barony of Nordland Army
« Last post by Rowsdower on Today at 12:12:34 PM »
Great job on the houses. The statue is a nice touch. I myself turned an old steam tank commander into a statue
The Count's Tavern / There's Fourteen Ways To Skin A Dwarf
« Last post by Karak Norn Clansman on Today at 10:54:23 AM »
Orc campfire song (6:40):

There's fourteen ways to skin a dwarf
Skin a dwarf, skin a dwarf
Fourteen ways to skin a dwarf
And here is number seven

Wrap his beard around a plank
Give that plank a mighty yank
Peel him right down to his shank
And now there's seven more...

And then there's even more!

Howdy. Back in 1998 or so Blizzard advertised for an upcoming title, Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans, produced via companionship with a Russian company. Straggling schedules and the end of the click-game era made Blizzard cancel the game before release, a bit like Starcraft: Ghost.

I and my brother recently stumbled across a series of eleven play-through videos featuring the game, whilst having a hobby workshop. The Youtube video series is obviously not complete for whatever reason, but we were still surprised by the quality of the game and really enjoyed viewing it.

The creativity and attention to detail and previous strategy titles is obvious, and in it are some first appearances for things which later appeared in World of Warcraft, such as homing chickens or gnomish architecture. It's very much a Blizzard game, and it's a small shame it isn't available in any form considering the work's results.

It's worth to check out Lord of the Clans for anyone who likes Blizzard's Warcraft (especially pre-WCIII) or just fantasy with orcs, goblins and dwarfs in general.

Do yourself a favour when you've got the time. Load a drink and some snacks, and discover this lost title in a series of best-selling fantasy games.

If you like the look, feel free to comment about it and leave a request for further videos or even torrents for the game from the uploader, who got it from the Russian company.
Skirmish & Warband / Re: Guildball
« Last post by warhammerlord_soth on Today at 10:04:44 AM »
It is a fun game.

You should try it !

The Brush and Palette / Re: My Grand Barony of Nordland Army
« Last post by StealthKnightSteg on Today at 07:53:09 AM »
Looking epic!
No pressure, right Padre?  :-D Good luck.

I love that ogre, both the old mini and your painting.  :::cheers:::
The Brush and Palette / Re: The World of Steveb: Warriors of Morr
« Last post by zak on Today at 03:17:41 AM »
https://youtu.be/u8tbPJX34-M The Army of the Mad Count  :unsure:
Skirmish & Warband / Re: Guildball
« Last post by Gankom on December 10, 2018, 07:59:01 PM »
One of the hobby stores a little ways away has just announced they're going to be running a league. Until that came out I had no idea there were many people, but I've been told a good 15 or 20 have signed up for it.
Skirmish & Warband / Re: Frostgrave
« Last post by Gankom on December 10, 2018, 07:58:02 PM »
I think they look brilliant, and the idea of it sounds great as well.
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