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His Last Tournament
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Literature - The d'Ascoyne Archives - Tales of Bretonnia
Written by The Marquis dAscoyne   
Saturday, 12 November 2005


Now all good things must come to an end and the Marquis d'Ascoyne resisted the change of age and its effect on his flesh and bones.   He resisted, but time is the great equalizer and eventually the marquis realized he had no more of himself to give to the tournaments.  

 However when word reached him that some young Bretonnian Knights wanted treasures and rewards and prizes he rose up and entered his Last Tournament.

Last Updated ( Monday, 14 November 2005 )
The First Arena of Honour
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Events - Arenas of Honour
Written by Robert de Giselles   
Monday, 31 October 2005

Welcome to the First Arena of Honour to be held at the Round Table of Bretonnia. This tournament will celebrate the re-launch of this site and is based on the popular "Arena of Death" format found on many Warhammer forums, but with some particularly Bretonnian twists.

Entries for the First Arena of Honour have now closed. The Arena of honour takes place in the Discussion Board here.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 November 2005 )
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Private Messaging
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Tuesday, 25 October 2005

Hear hear, everyone!

We now have a basic instant messaging system integrated at the Round Table! "uddeIM" is a very new, but actively developed and free script to use. You can find everything about controlling your Messaging behaviour in your User Menu.

I will try to improve the basic behaviour of the script, and adapt the design to our page in the future. Be sure to post any comments, problems etc in the Discussion Board via the link below.

I'd also like to know your opinion about posting important site-related News here, instead of anouncement in the Forums...


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 25 October 2005 )
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The Tale of Sir Orin, chapter i. Orin von Neuville
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Literature - The Tales of Ă?lfinfort
Written by Robert de Giselles   
Sunday, 16 October 2005

Schloss Neuville stood on the lower slopes of the Grey Mountains, overlooking the wooded vale of the river Reik. The Baron Klaus von Neuville was not a rich man, but he was valiant and honest as too few are. He had served with the Knights Panther in his youth and distinguished himself on the battlefields of the Empire before returning to his ancestral home.

Last Updated ( Monday, 17 October 2005 )
The Knights who say No! (Selfbuilt Reliquae)
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Hobby - Modelling
Written by De Rochefort   
Wednesday, 12 October 2005

(special thanks to Lord Greyholt and his humble Scribe)

Welcome to the keep of the Knightly Order made by those Knights who can not suffer the obsecne actions of the Grail Pilgrims going around and digging up the body of the Grail knights.  

It is an order of knights and scholars dedicated to the protection of dead Grail Knights (may their bones rest forever at peace) and the dignified disposition of their earthly remains.

The Order dedicated to either stamping out these scruffian 'Battle Pilgrims' or training and compeling them to comport themselves in a manner worthy of those knights they claim to revere. To that end the Order's Knights make it their habit to confiscate (and bury) all actual remains these unworthies might posess and to provide them with dignified and tasteful cenotaphs to carry with them in lieu of the abominable constructs they might make if left to their own devices.

The Order has as first purpose to avoid the Lord of Bretonnia in encouraging the actions of those fouls. Then the Order suggests a variety of alternate Grail Reliquae to use instead of  the eretic one avaible now.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 21 October 2007 )
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Bretonnian Weapons
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Background - Army Background
Written by Earl Cadfael   
Wednesday, 12 October 2005

Bretonnian models look great. They seem based on a commonly accepted idea of how medieval knights looked, although slightly exaggerated in some respects. Most of their armour and weapons look like they were manufactured in Europe in the 13th century. The so called "fluff" concerning Bretonnia is a healthy mix of historical fact and Arthurian legends (with some other fairy tale stuff thrown in for good measure).

The weapons used by Bretonnian models look adapted from several different historical epochs. How close are they to the historical impression they give? Let's look at a few of their weapons from a historical perspective.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 November 2005 )
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