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Welcome to the Round Table of Bretonnia!


bigletter: This is the meetingplace for all Bretonnian Generals in the Warhammer World. Come, and sit among peers at the Round Table, join the discussions, browse the growing library of articles or take a look at the masterpieces in the gallery!


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Maintenance at Wednesday evening (GMT)
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Monday, 08 December 2008

textedit_80.pngThis Wednesday (10th of December) in the evening (about 19-20h GMT), the Round Table will be offline for maintenance for a short time. A new Gallery will be installed - you can check out the new features right after that. Of course, your existing images, comments and all will be preserved.

 

Update: The migration to the new Gallery is done - check the discussion below for details!

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 10 December 2008 )
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Notes on making the diorama “Princess Bellefleur to the Rescue!”
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Written by Sir Guy des Bontemps   
Friday, 21 November 2008

This article provides information about the building, painting and miniatures used in the making of the diorama “Princess Bellefleur to the Rescue!” for the Round Table of Bretonnia’s third anniversary painting competition.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 November 2008 )
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The third anniversary of the Round Table!
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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Monday, 15 September 2008

textedit_80.pngYes, I almost couldn't believe it myself. The Round Table of Bretonnia just turned three years old! In September 2005 the official Re-Launch of Earl Cadfael's Bretonnian Army as the Round Table of Bretonnia was announced.

A lot has happend in the last three years, and just a few months ago, we grew 2000 members strong.

Traditionally, we will celebrate the special event in the next few weeks. Get your paints and brushes out for the Anniversary Painting Competition, and prepare your formal dresses for the Anniversary Awards Ceremony. More events and details will follow here.

Updates (last: September 29th):

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 29 September 2008 )
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Maintenance this Saturday, 6th of September
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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Wednesday, 03 September 2008

textedit_80.pngThere will be a maintenance of the Round Table this Saturday afternoon (GMT), which will lead to a (hopefully short) downtime. The core sofware will be upgraded to ensure a secure and smoothoperation in the future.

 

Update: Maintenance is done, and site operations should be back to normal. Report any problems in the discussion link below!

 

 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 06 September 2008 )
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Techniques for Modifying Bretonnian Miniatures
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Written by Sir Guy des Bontemps   
Monday, 18 August 2008
This article provides some techniques you can use to modify your GW Bretonnian miniatures to help make them unique and customised.

 

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Dealing with the Dwarf
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Written by Lord Blackadder   
Monday, 28 July 2008

Dwarfs are perhaps one of the hardest Warhammer armies to beat, especially in a pitched battle. With their high leadership, strong armor, and punishing ranged weapons, a strong Dwarf army can stop a Bretonnian player dead in his tracks. Any general who doesn’t at least have a certain measure of apprehension when going into a match against them is incredibly brave or incredibly foolish. So after many, many battles with Dwarfs, (they are perhaps my most frequent opponents) I have compiled a list of strategies on how to deal with each Dwarf unit. They might not always work, but these plans will certainly help get the upper hand on some peskier Dwarven foes. In this two part guide, I will provide some strategies that I have tried and tested in the crucible of battle. The first part will deal with Lords, Magic, Warriors, Thunderers, Iron Breakers, Hammerers, and Miners. The second will be about Dwarven siege machines, gyrocopters, longbeards, and quarrelers.

Disclaimer: Keep in mind that all Dwarf generals do think differently. Some will be more overconfident while others will be more cautious. There is no guarantee of what will happen in any game. Half of everything is luck, the other half is fate. 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 July 2008 )
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