Warhammer armies: Bretonnia - The Round Table of Bretonnia
30. September 2016, 21:12 GMT



The Round Table
Home Home
Forums Forums
Gallery Gallery
Knights Knights
Chat Chat
Links Links
About / Help About / Help
News News
Events Events
Literature Literature
Tactics Tactics
Hobby Hobby
Background Background
User Login
Support us

Vote at the The Warvault: Warvault Webring
Vote for us at the Warvault.net Webring!

Support the maintenance and costs of running this site:

Members: 129034
Articles: 651
Gallery Images: 4593
Web Links: 34
News Feeds

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!

Join now to take part in our community and the Heralds will know your name and Heraldry, it takes just a moment and all details you want can be filled in later.

You have no idea what this is all about? Then be sure to read the article "About this Homepage".


Maintenance at this Saturday, 8th of March
User Rating: / 3
The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Wednesday, 05 March 2008

textedit_80.pngSome maintenance will be performed the whole upcoming weekend, there may be interrupted connectivity to the Round Table of Bretonnia, especially during Saturday the 8th of March.


Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 March 2008 )
  Discuss this item on the forums. (14 posts)

Pierre La Or. The knighting of Jean.
User Rating: / 3
Literature - Various Stories
Written by Sir Pierre La Or   
Monday, 25 February 2008

 Hello there. This is my  first story regarding my vampire brettonian army. This is the story of how Jean, my Battle Standard Bearer got knighted by my general Pierre La Or. 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 February 2008 )
  Discuss this item on the forums. (5 posts)

Forum offline at Saturday 23rd February
User Rating: / 1
The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Wednesday, 20 February 2008

textedit_80.pngThe Discussion boards of the Round Table of Bretonnia will be offline this Saturday, the 23rd of February because of a long due upgrade.

Expect a refreshed look and some new features afterwards - but don't expect the boards to be working during the day of upgrade.


Last Updated ( Monday, 25 February 2008 )
  Discuss this item on the forums. (4 posts)

Avenger I: The Black Knight
User Rating: / 3
Literature - Tales of the Avenger
Written by MutantMaggot   
Saturday, 16 February 2008
This is but the start of a series following the soon-to-be-infamous tales of Coreaux of Mousillon, a knight desperately seeking the grail so he may avenge his land's desecration. The last tale of series I was told in 'Avenger', yet this will start from the beginning of his fame...

Last Updated ( Saturday, 01 March 2008 )
The Castle of the Green Spectre
User Rating: / 8
Literature - Tales of Roiglan
Written by Gisoreux de Ponthieu   
Tuesday, 12 February 2008



he ballads of the deeds of the renowned knight Gervais Dedoigne on his personal Quest are numerous and often as grand as his adventures. His endless search for the Chalice brought him from the far regions of the cursed North to return untouched, the blistering lands of Araby a bronzed templar, the Border Princes left him his antique armour and Lustria to never be heard off again and disappear in the endless woods.  This tale takes place in his early years as a quester in a remote region of the barony of Roiglan near the borders of the infamous Forest of Arden. Some great evil trespassed there when Elves still roamed these lands, disturbing the balance of a guardian spirit. The Elves were unable to find a cure for the wounded spirit who turned baleful and malignant in the ages to come. The fay left these shores for their eternal domiciles on the other side of the ocean, leaving the fortress to become a ruin and years later nothing but rubble. The spirit however endured, crazed over the loss of his protectorate. It was one of the kin of Landuin who rebuilt the ancient stones to a fortress of certain strength. To recreate the horrible curses the spirit rained on this man and his family is for another tale: suffice to say it was abandoned and thoroughly deserved its foul reputation. Many questing and venturing knights dared to face the horror of the Castle of the Green Spectre yet few escaped its clutches, even fewer physically unscathed and none could be healed anymore from the mental scars the spirit had carved in their memory.   

Last Updated ( Friday, 26 December 2008 )
  Discuss this item on the forums. (3 posts)

Forward to the Storm of Vengeance
User Rating: / 1
Literature - Storm of Vengeance
Written by Harolde Bartholemew de Raconter   
Tuesday, 22 January 2008

My name is Harolde Bartholemew de Raconter. A fisherman - I was supposed to be. This is my tale.

I was born the son of a fishing guide in the small village of St. Lacrois on the Brionne coast. Fishing would have been a good life - had I not been born without a voice.


Last Updated ( Friday, 22 February 2008 )
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Results 91 - 100 of 244

Latest forum posts
Sponsored Links
Latest Articles
Online Users

There are 56 guests online.

Warhammer, Warmaster, Games Workshop (and more) are registered trademarks of Games Workshop Ltd. This site is not affiliated with Games Workshop Ltd. and no claim of ownership is made to any of these trademarks.
Design by Earl Cadfael and Guillaume le Courageux, responsible for the content (Admins) are: Etien de Rochefort, Guillaume le Courageux, Robert de Giselles (see "Staff").