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A decade for Bretonnia - our 10th anniversary
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Monday, 14 September 2015

anni10s200.pngIn September 2005, the Round Table of Bretonnia opened its doors to Bretonnian generals all over the world, continuing the tradition that Earl Cadfael started many years even before that. Now, ten years later, much has happened in the Warhammer world but yet we managed to withstand the test of time and to keep our original Bretonnian spirit. The future holds many uncertainties  and exciting times are ahead for us in the Age of Sigmar!

Thus, the motto of your tenth ("X") anniversary is "The Eternal Spirit of Bretonnia in a New Age". You are invited to celebrate with us under this motto in our customary anniversary competitions and events.

Update: The competition deadlines have been extended until 21st of November by popular demand.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 01 November 2015 )
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The Round Table Needs You!
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Written by Uther Di Asturien   
Sunday, 09 August 2015

chat.pngAs we sail past over a decade of service, the Round Table has seen its halls and buildings grow far beyond what one had thought possible! 

Unfortunately, the needs of maintaining the infrastructure to ensure every Knight and Lady suffers no want have also grown far beyond what we all had expected, as such, we once again turn to you, our members, to support the board once more lest it fall into darkness!

In other words! Our running costs have escalated to around 350 euros per year for both server hosting and registered domain names. Unfortunately at the current rate of ad revenue this means we will fall short of the required amount by around 72 euros at the end of the year when the hosting bill is due. 

As such, if you find that you have copper, silver or gold to spare, do consider contributing to the Round Table's maintenance costs! Any amount is greatly appreciated and will earn you a spot in our supporters list!

The PayPal donation button can be found here and on the left side of the Main page and Forum!

Thank you all,
-The Round Table Staff  


Last Updated ( Sunday, 09 August 2015 )
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Bretonnia in the Age of Sigmar
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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Wednesday, 05 August 2015

textedit_80.png Bretonnia with its noble knights and ladies continues to live on in the Age of Sigmar! With a small reordering of the forum, there is now a dedicated tactics board for the Age of Sigmar rules. At the same time, a new board for alternate systems such as Kings of War was created. Of course, if you continue playing WHFB 8th edition ("Oldhammer"), just keep discussing all your rules and tactical ponderings in the Generals' Council for 8th edition and its sub-boards.



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The Good Shepherd
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2014
Written by The Red Cross Knight   
Monday, 08 December 2014

 Winner of the 1st place in the 2014 Literature Competition

Ay me, how many perils doe enfold
The righteous man, to make him daily fall!

- Edmund Spenser, "The Faerie Queene"

The sickly green orb of Morrslieb eclipsed the cold grey ball of Mannslieb as the two moons rose in the summer night sky. Pale vermillion light illuminated the plains of Laverne, casting strange shadows as it fell on the mounds of corpses that littered the field. It flickered and reflected off the armored hauberks of dead knights and gently caressed the rusted ancient armor of their foes. The sickly scent of death held sway over the remains of the battlefield, the foul stench of rotting corpses both old and new. 

Last Updated ( Friday, 23 January 2015 )
Inciteful Rebirth
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2014
Written by LORD ROTH   
Monday, 08 December 2014

 Winner of the 2nd place in the 2014 Literature Competition

Harken ye all and list' now to me,
As I spin ye a tale of great mystery. 

From a shadowy defile upon a moss wrapped hillock, an ancient horn sounds a mournful clarion call across the forgotten earth below. The haunting tone echoes down into the mist filled vale, reverbrating throughout the blackened, twisted trees and the lichen strewn fen at it's foundation. Until finally, the note fades into the chilling wind that scours this unforgiving landscape. And for the longest of times, there is naught but silence. 

Last Updated ( Friday, 23 January 2015 )
Fighting the sickness
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2014
Written by The Musing Minstrel   
Sunday, 30 November 2014

 Winner of the 3rd place in the 2014 Literature Competition

Two burly men pulled a ramshackle farm cart over the muddy soil, its wheels creaking every few seconds. A moldering pile of corpses strained against the confines of the cart, nearly teetering onto the ground. An older man wearing the tattered vestments of a cleric of Morr was striking a slightly bent fire poker against an upended cooking pot. ‘Bring out your dead!', he said after every clang of his improvised bell. 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 January 2015 )
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