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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Saturday, 10 September 2005
Finally, we did it! The Round Table of Bretonnia opens its doors!

We now have a new design, basing on the old one which marked out our special community, and a new content management behind it!
A short, and random overview about some new features:
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 September 2005 )
The Trebuchet Workshop
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Hobby - Modelling
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Wednesday, 08 June 2005

Here is my step-to-step project of building two Trebuchets for the use in my Bretonnian Army. One is going to be loaded, the other one has just fired. The results are available in the Gallery.

I don't like the original from GW much, being not even bigger than a cavalry model! The first inspiration came from this picture, I am trying to stay as close to that as possible. More background information about the functionality of a Trebuchet and many pictures can be found on Wikipedia.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 28 March 2009 )
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Chapter i, The Tragic Tale of the Noble Lady Si'anelle of Avelorn
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Literature - The Tragic Tale of Lady Si'anelle of Avelorn
Written by Anne Welborn   
Wednesday, 08 June 2005
It is said that beside the pool named 'Despairing' within the Forest of Avelorn there does dwell a great toad...." The Elf lady did lower her lashes, her unpleasant smile hidden from Si'anelle's sight as she did continue to address her companions. "It is also said that this great toad does possess a pearl of peerless size and beauty. And should any of pure intent risk the dangers of the forest, asking of the toad to gift the pearl to them, the toad will give of it. So long as the pearl shall be a gift to another and the name of the one chosen to receive the pearl be spoken with an honest heart."
Last Updated ( Saturday, 10 September 2005 )
An Introduction to Warhammer
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Background - Army Background
Written by Earl Cadfael   
Thursday, 15 September 2005
6th Edition RulebookW​​​​arhammer is a game of fantasy battles in which the players paint large armies of model soldiers and then use them to play out battles against each other. The player who inflicts the most casualties is most often the winner. The game simulates movement, combat, shooting and magic spells with a system of game turns, phases and die rolls. There is plenty of opportunity for strategy, tactics and luck. The game also opens the gates of a complete hobby where you will want to collect and paint a lot of models. The game is produced by Games Workshop, a British games company that also sells several other games (including the similar Warhammer 40,000). Games Workshop also publishes a monthly magazine called White Dwarf that has a lot of invalueable information for any Warhammer player. Warhammer is currently in its 6th edition and it is wise to check that any supplements or models bought are compatible with these latest rules.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 September 2005 )
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The Tale of Sir Robert, chapter i. Prologue to Battle
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Literature - The Tales of ?lfinfort
Written by Robert de Giselles   
Monday, 06 June 2005
The messengers arrived at dawn, sparking a flurry of activity in the castle. Sir François cancelled his planned hunting trip and started making arrangements. Messangers had to be sent out, nobles assembled, everything must be in order for the visit of the Duke. However, François suspected that the Duke's visit was not just a courtesy call. This was too sudden, too urgent. Something was happening, and he suspected he could put a name to it - Heinrich Kemmler.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 16 October 2005 )
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