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Elfpunk - Chapter Two

Brog’s deep green chin was covered in the frothy foam of a strong ale. The smell of bitter hops and sour malt radiated over the table in the dimly lit bar, overpowering the juicy meat on the orc’s plate, as well as the musky sawdust covering the floor. 736 more words


Crusha, Smasha, Ram

If you like it, you can get it here, or if you want some more pictures, they are here.


Why Do Dwarves Have Scottish Accents?

Eric Grundhauser of Atlas Obscura ponders why we associate certain (English) accents with fantasy creatures such as dwarves, elves, and trolls:

As radio and film adaptations of Tolkien’s works were released in later decades, you can see the slow evolution of the dwarven accent from the low British of 1977’s cartoon version of…

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Sighted Elsewhere

00130 - Orcland Raiders

: After a (long) hiatus, we resume the posts where we left it: the full Orc team.   

Painted c. 2008.

My first matches were with the plastic orc team that came with Blood Bowl 3rd edition. 79 more words

Citadel Miniatures

Orctober comes later every year. Also, an Apothecary.

Two more finished jobs this week.  Firstly for Orctober, a base of Battle Masters Orcs.  Slowly but surely I’m getting on with Battle Masters.  There were over a hundred figures in this game, plus I’ve also got the two expansion boxsets as well.   118 more words

Finished Work

Old and Weird

Much as I love the modern range of plastic Orks I’ll admit to a real fondness for their older metal predecessors as well. Indeed the… 175 more words

Warhammer 40k

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Tock getting us back on track (very helpful, since its been a while since the last page!). Also, ‘skilamalink’ is a Victorian slang word that means ‘sneaky, shady or doubtful.’ 12 more words