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Wargeek Websites

Postby Hammerite » Monday 29th June, 2009 1:53 am

As originally posted by Mike B.

It occurred to me that there are loads of interesting websites out there on the internet. Whilst most feature Jake's mum, some are good wholesome wargeek sites. Thought we could share the good ones that other people might be interested in. Here are the best ones I've got:

http://www.librarium-online.com/forums/ Along with warseer the biggest general forum these is. A few of the society post in these I think.

http://z8.invisionfree.com/Airspace/index.php - Airspace - Good AI site
http://www.asur.org.uk/ulthuan/portal.php - Asur - Best High Elf forum there is, down at the minute though.
http://www.druchii.net/portal.php - Druchii - Dark elves ahoy.
http://s2.invisionfree.com/herdstone/index.php? - The Herdstone is great for Beasts of Chaos stuff.
http://s3.invisionfree.com/Orc__Goblin_Warpath/ - I'm told this place is great for Orc stuff.
http://www.thedaemoniclegion.com/index.htm - Warhammer daemon lovers here.
http://razadecon.proboards33.com/index.cgi - Dogs of War forum. Not that any of you are brave enough to put a DoW force together.
http://warhammer.org.uk/PhP/ - Home of old men power gamers. Want to find the latest unfriendly tactic? Look here.
http://chaos-dwarfs.xandor.ca/forum/index.php - Chaos Dwarf forum that's very friendly.
http://www.bolterandchainsword.com/ - Space marine and CSM site. Very popular.

Other stuff -
http://www.adriansmith.co.uk/ - Adrian Smith is one of the best artists GW have. Lots of inspiration here.
http://demonwinner.free.fr/ - Just about every golden daemon winning model from across the country for the last 20 years or so. Absolutely fantastic.
http://us.games-workshop.com/e-zine/iss ... efault.htm - Black Gobbo. The American GW site online magazine. Suprisingly good. Look in the archive.
http://www.chestofcolors.com/cofc-postn ... 3ba5249907 - Chest of colours shows the work of some of the best painters in Europe.
http://www.coolminiornot.com/ - The home of overly harsh paint judges. And a billion model pictures.
http://www.jrn-works.dk/ Jacob Neilson wins golden daemons like we eat Ginsters pasties. with sickening frequency.
http://barrule.com/workshop/index.html - Great site for terrain and base gubbins.
http://www.wargames-scenery.com/scenery/galery.php More interesting scenery.
http://www.gamezoneminiatures.com/ - Gamezone are spanish and make some beautiful warhammer alternatives.
http://avatars-of-war.com/web2mail/web2mail.php Felix Paniagua is a great sculptor and makes hero models for warhammer armies. I think Ian has them all now. Bastard.

So - anyone got any good sites we might all be interested in? Keep it clean though kids.

Other links posted in that thread:

Morph wrote:Well you haven't actually linked to Warseer...


Generally good forums, though I've not really used them for a while. Also home to Watchman, a decent Warhammer fanzine.

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/ for boardgaming fun

thepaintingmonkey wrote:http://www.one-ring.co.uk/phpBB2/kb.php?mode=article&k=175 - fantastic NMM guide. Most useful I've seen so far. Though I'd wait for Rykkk to approve of it first...

mattman wrote:http://www.terragenesis.co.uk/

One of the best sites for making your own terrain, very good, lots of useful information.

Llamahead wrote:One which must be mentioned although everybody probably knows them;
http://www.tsoalr.com turn signals on a land raider
and one for skaven http://underempire.net/index.php?act=Login&CODE=03 friendly with good tactical advice and some interesting background stuff.
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Re: Wargeek Websites

Postby Morph » Wednesday 1st July, 2009 10:08 pm

People must have found more since we first published this. Anyone got any good links? Looking at my bookmarks...

Decent blog, mostly 40k related.

Where I got... err... inspiration... for my Ogre army list. Great site though.
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Re: Wargeek Websites

Postby Comrade_Nikolai » Wednesday 1st July, 2009 10:32 pm

More powergaming cheese to be found at dakka forums

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Re: Wargeek Websites

Postby Tom O'Bedlam » Thursday 2nd July, 2009 12:07 am

http://www.bolterandchainsword is good for all powerarmoured armies.

just don't try arguing with a poster named "melissa". she's american, thick as two short planks and thinks that Witchhunters are the best army ever
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Re: Wargeek Websites

Postby Mattman » Thursday 2nd July, 2009 9:36 am

For those looking for information about wargames outside the realms of GW I recommend:


It is updated daily with news and previews about upcoming miniatures and games from loads of manufacturers. It is always my first port of call in the morning.

Obviously for those people into Uncharted Seas we have:


And the forums at:


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Re: Wargeek Websites

Postby Mike's Hidden » Tuesday 18th May, 2010 6:22 pm

A friend of a friend has just set up a model/scenery painting business doing a variety of models (mostly gw by the looks of things), his webiste is below.

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