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15 years with my Empire army

Time to celebrate my Warhammer Empire that I started in 2001.

2001 was the heyday of Sixth edition Warhammer, the version that removed the unbalanced Herohammer ways of Fifth edition. 87 more words


Artifact of the Week. D.E. Mahoney and the Cornwall Plow.

The top end of a plow fabricated by D.E. Mahoney, founder and machinist of Cornwall, Ontario, 1889.  From the collection of the Cornwall Community Museum, this plow will be loaned to the United Counties of SD & G to display at the International Plowing Match in Finch. 177 more words

Artifact Of The Week

WildStar: A Possible Future of Housing

Greetings, ladies and gentlemen!

Last week, I saw a fan-made video that was released to YouTube by Kelzam Duskthorn, a member of the WildStar community. Viewers of the video were introduced to one of WildStar’s core features, Housing. 1,442 more words

Game Design

Meet McWane: Benu Chakraborty, M&H Valve

Benu Chakraborty worked at M&H for 27 years, mainly in the Foundry Sand Lab. Benu retired on August 1st and was sent off with a retirement party where his fellow team members wished him a fond farewell. 47 more words


Aldbourne bells

Creativity covers many different disciplines and it is fitting in Wiltshire that we consider items with a link to our agricultural heritage. Many of our ancestors working in this county are fondly referred to as ‘ag labs’ by the people researching them…..so we are hoping to find something that will fit within the parameters of our ‘Creative Wiltshire’ project to reflect this trade and occupation. 589 more words


Was it all a Dream? Secret Summer in the City

This weekend, I attended a dreamy summer event held at The Foundry, a ridiculously beautiful brick, ivy-draped event space in Long Island City. It was called… 173 more words

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