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Confrontation

Confrontation

Confrontation by Rackham has existed as game for quite a while at the time writing this (sept, 2008) but I never got into the game as other games got in the way (first VOR, then Dark Age, then Warmachine). This is actually quite strange as I have always really really love the Rackham miniatures esspecially […]

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News

Welcome to Scrollmaster v4

At some point in the last millennia (1999) I moved to London. Having already been playing Games Workshop games for years, especially Warhammer 40,000, I was really looking forward to living in the land of wargaming. My first hobby site was hosted at a Games Workshop hobby collective called Portent.net and was called “The Scroll” which lead to […]

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Confrontation Dark Age Hobby Year Books Realm of Chaos Warmachine

MEGA POST – 2003 to 2007

This period was busy with a number of wargames following the downfall of VOR the Maelstrom I don’t remember what I played when so I am listing these by category of what I thought I played first. Realm of Chaos revival Confrontation Dark Age IK Warmachine Original Realm of Chaos revival campaign Realm of Chaos […]

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Hobby Year Books Vor The Maelstrom

MEGA POST – 1999 to 2003

  I decided to try and make a “Year Book” of miniatures I’ve painted over the years. The era of this first of these retro year books is defined by the game VOR The Maelstrom that I picked up shortly after I moved to London in 1999. I had gotten in touch with a couple […]

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Warhammer 40K

Warhammer 40.000: Gorkamorka

I never got into Gorkamorka, but I thought some of the minis were fantastic so here are a few I painted.  

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Warhammer 40K

Warhammer 40.000 – Khorne Chaplain

back in early 2000s I had this idea: What would a Space Marine Chaplain corrupted by the forces of chaos look like? And I made this guy

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Lord of the Rings

Lord of the Rings

I was amazed when Games Workshop released a Lord of the Rings game, but I never found anybody who played it so I never painted more than the few minis here.

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Blood Bowl

Blood Bowl – Hashut Headhunters

When I moved to London I found all sorts of non Games Workshop games, but while I stopped playing Warhammer 40.000, I continued with Blood Bowl as I found Edinboro Castle Blood Bowl League in my meighbourhood in Camden. My first team was called “Underworld Clowns”, an undead team painted in clown colours! I don’t […]

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Warhammer 40K

Warhammer 40.000 – Dark Angels

I stopped playing Warhammer 40.000 shortly after 3rd edition came out partly because I didn’t like the shift from skirmish to full battle size but also because I moved to London and learned of a whole string of new games. Nevertheless, I did finish this Dark Angles army as I thought the new direction of […]

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Hobby Year Books Warhammer Fantasy Battle

MEGA POST – 1990 to 1998 (Warhammer 40.000 Rogue Trader and Warhammer Fantasy Battle)

While I had already picked up a few Ork miniatures during late 1980s, it wasn’t until I started in High School in 1990 that I start playing first Warhammer 40.000 Rogue Trader, then Warhammer Fantasy Battle. I don’t have a lot of photos from then, but here are some later photos of my Warhammer Fantasy […]

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Drager og Dæmoner Hobby Year Books

MEGA POST – 1987 to 1989

In 1987 I saw a TV news bulleting about roleplaying games and that is how I got into miniature painting. As it happens, I found out earlier this year (2021) that my brother actually kept some of the minis we played with back then. Below are the painted ones, but before we get to those […]