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Bretonnian Castle (In Progress)
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Hobby - Modelling
Written by Sir A Baristan   
Tuesday, 28 May 2013

The Idea to put the castle on here was first and foremost, I admit to show it off. But in hindsight I thought to myself "Who better to show it to then you? To ask...What I should add? What colours should I use? and what should a true Bretonnian Castle look like? So please feel free to comment, and post your criticism, (be polite)...and now without any further ado.

My Lords...Ladies of Bretonnia. The Castle (Yet to be named)

 The Castle has been, and still is a work of pure evolution. You’ll see photos all along the way through the design, and see how it’s changed and progressed with time.
The way I work, as with most sculptures, is with an idea, which constantly changes and grows as I work on it. I get a kick out of designing something which no other Warhammer player has yet dreamed or dared of making. Movies, and past castles that I’ve visited, with a very large amount of imagination, have all lent their hands in this project.
The idea: To build a distinctive Bretonnian Castle, one I can use in a game(where appropriate) or just as a mere display piece, so show off to every Bretonnian player out there.
I think a Castle is as much as personal and important as your army you represent. And I would encourage any DIY enthusiast to pick up that craft knife and get hacking! 
I am looking for a name for this castle, Bear in mind its ancient High Elven heritage. Possible names I’ve considered are Castle Carcassonne, Lou Touradou, Sibourne,and Castle Desfleuve. Any other ideas please let me know, and enjoy the article! 
Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 October 2013 )
Pinning Knights and Horses
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Hobby - Modelling
Written by TheLadyJane   
Monday, 25 February 2013

This article is for Tulmir, and of course, the Lords and Ladies of the Round Table. Enjoy!

  Pinning Knights and Horses

  A major challenge every Bretonnian player faces is the careful storage of his or her hard-worked on Knights. Some of us use foam trays specially made for our miniatures, some of us used modified toolboxes, some use just boxes of an appropiate size for an Army. However, our lances, banners, swords and scabbards, tassels, and even the crests of a helmet can bend and break, ruining hours of hard work.  The best way to prevent such disasters, is of course, careful storage, and the best way to store and transport our knights? By keeping rider and mount stored separately, of course!

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 February 2013 )
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A Fools Errant
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2012
Written by LORD ROTH   
Monday, 10 December 2012

 Winner of the 1st place in the 2012 Literature Competition

The twin hounds raced towards the limestone cliffs that rose at the far end of the valley. Mightily muscled beasts they were, broad of chest and thick of bone, bred for generations to fulfil the role they were currently tasked with. Red on white the colour of their coat, black of eye, triangular the shape of both orbit and skull. Together they hunted, breaths coming in powerful pants as the fire in their eyes and hearts spurred them ever onwards in their search for the scent that had been keyed to them. As the hounds paused and scented a gorse bush that had been crushed near the chalk path they followed, a high pitched whistle sounded three times behind them. At once the hounds pricked up their ears, ceased in their investigations and trembled in anticipation as they waited for the one who followed.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 02 February 2013 )
7th anniversary of The Round Table of Bretonnia
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Saturday, 06 October 2012

Just another year has passed for all the knights and ladies at the Round Table, this one marking our 7th anniversary! And, as predicted, we passed the 5000 registered members mark (an increase by almost 1000 since the last anniversary). No news of an army book yet, but who knows what this year brings.

Our traditional celebrations will last until the end of the year, and as every year you can already wet your brushes and sharpen your pencils in preparation of the competitions to be announced. For the first time, this anniversary we will also have an "open" contest category, in which you can submit anything you like such as ideas, drafts, drawings, or other Bretonnian art. The theme of this year's anniversary will be the Errantry War. After seven years, we feel like our crusade finally reaches an end. You can still submit anything you like in the contests, but bonus points will be awarded for following the theme.

Watch the site frontpage and this announcement for further information about the events to come.

Update: Both deadlines are extended until December 10th.



Last Updated ( Saturday, 01 December 2012 )
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The Second Tale of Sir Simon, Knight of The Quest: Blood On The Sands
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Literature - Various Stories
Written by The Red Cross Knight   
Tuesday, 22 May 2012




In which a new friend is discovered, an ancient evil is awoken, and a vile secret is revealed


 Listen then ye ladies and gentlesirs, as I tell thee the second tale of Sir Simon, a most noble knight of the Quest. It is a story of desperate battles under the unforgiving moons, of blood on the desert sands, and most of all, the courage of a true Bretonnian. So hearken then, and let us begin our next journey...


Last Updated ( Friday, 25 May 2012 )
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Seasons of War
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Literature - Various Stories
Written by Ser Bandon   
Monday, 16 April 2012
Greeting my Lords and Ladies,
Seasons of War is my role playing log of my currest (4-16-12) map campaign. We have a very active group and we do many such stories online. Currently their are five chapters in my campaign and 6 more turns to go before the season ends and we find who has won by Land and who has won by glory. So without further ado, my story.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 May 2012 )
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