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Has anyone played or run any campaigns in Tilea? I read the old Dogs of War army book and Joe Abercrombie's Best Served Cold at the same time and now I'm tempted to run a revenge comedy-thriller set among the warring city-states of the peninsula.
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Yes, most awesome idea. I just finished Best Served Cold, but it made me want to run Warhammer generally.
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I have been unwell. While unwell, I have also read Darkwalker on Moonshae.

I am not sure which is worse.
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Friends don't let friends read RPG novelizations.
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Here's the second printing of Vornheim , with the dust jacket printed upside-down. Appalling.

I reviewed the original printing back in 2011 and loved it. You can buy the new printing here:
http://www.lotfp.com/store/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=67
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+Si W I think Vornheim is an important book so I wanted to support it again. I also wanted a second copy, just in case.
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A few days ago I was asked about the new version of The Enemy Within for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and reminded me that I've been meaning to write about my experience of running the campaign. So that's what I did.
I was asked about Fantasy Flight Games' version of The Enemy Within on G+ a few days ago and I remembered that I was going to write a post about my experiences of running the campaign but never got around to it. This is me ge...
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I think you can, although you'll have to bodge some of the dates. The Middenheim section will become very busy but that seems fitting as it is the only one of the major locations with its own sourcebook.
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Contact Sasha if you're interested!
 
GMs wanted!

On Saturday 24th September 2016 the Hackney Area Tabletop Enthusiasts are going to run a small OSR convention in east London (UK), and we're looking for LotFP game masters to join us. Split into two 3.5 hour session, starting at 10am and finishing at 6pm with a break of an hour for lunch, you can run a single 7 hour game or a 3.5 hr game. 
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Oh you know what, I think I'll actually be free. I'll definitely have enough of my book written by then to run it. I'll get in contact!
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It is happening again. Or something.
Well, well, well. (from tinyplasticspacemen.com)
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I have an amazon, human, orc, and skaven team. These are all different models and in different levels of painted, I also have ambitions for a few other teams... 
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Hello all, I feel a bit of a fraud, but let's give it a go.

Name: Kelvin Green.
Country/State/City of residence: Brighton, UK.

Do you consider yourself a professional artist/designer (profesional meaning you make all or most of your income from art or design)?
No way!
If not, are you working towards becoming profesional and what steps are you taking?
No. For one thing, I'm nowhere near good enough to be professional, and I'm not sure if I want to turn something I love doing into a job.
Do you focus on one area or specialise i.e. fantasy, rpg, or do you branch out?
Most of my paid work has been fantasy rpg illustration but I started in comics and still draw them now and then.
What is the reasoning behind your rates (don't post your rates, but your reasoning for how you charge)?
This is a bit embarrassing but I have no real idea what my work is worth. When I do charge, I try to ask for what seems like a reasonable amount, but whatever it is, I feel like I'm ripping the customer off.
Portfolio:
This is my main site, but it's been an epoch since it was updated: http://junkopia.net/kelvinsdirtybits/main.html
Most of my more recent stuff is here: http://kelvingreen.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/stuff%20that%20I%20drew
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I got an invite too.
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I've never played this but I remember playing the computer game version and I also recall the board game getting a favourable mention in -- of all places -- an issue of White Dwarf in the mid-90's, long after they'd abandoned support of non-GW games.
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Thanks! For some reason I was unable to see anything but Kelvin's post. Interesting looking game.
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This is amazing.

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A great piece (not by me!) inspired by Qelong.

http://www.deviantart.com/art/Guardian-513849650
Maybe you remember this OC of mine, Hanani the Dawn-Feathered Phoenix. Last time I drew her was more than a year ago here:   In this picture I wanted to test my ability to include detail, scen...
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Qelong is one of the best setting for lotfp!
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Half-arsed writer and artist, lurking on England's south coast.
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Rochester, MN, USA - St Paul, MN, USA - Norwich, UK - Canterbury, UK - Uckfield, UK - Ammanford, UK - Brynamman, UK
The food in this mostly -- they sometimes sell some sort of fish pie -- vegetarian and vegan cafe is amazing. The menu is huge and varied and you could go in every day for a couple of weeks and have something different. Each plate is bursting with colours and flavours, the portions are big, and the prices are good. I'm told the coffee is good, but I don't drink coffee; I can tell you that the hot chocolate is great and the juices are excellent. The only downside to the place is that it is quite small so you may have to wait for a seat if you turn up at a busy time, but if so it's well worth the wait. I reckon this is the best vegetarian place in Brighton.
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This restaurant is full of character, with a fish pond and a wooden bridge near the entrance and a large seating area beyond the bridge, with the busy kitchens visible. The food is tasty and you get a good amount for a decent price, and the staff are super friendly.
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Amazing food, friendly service, and good value. The menu is huge too and you'll need to make multiple visits to try everything!
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I love We Love Falafel and I have been known to go there three days in a row for lunch or dinner. The wraps are tasty and there is a different special every day, so there's always something new to try. The prices are good, the service is quick, and the staff are friendly. They even laughed at my jokes once.
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Rules of Play is great. It has one of the largest variety of games I've seen and unlike so many game shops that resemble the dank dungeons so common in the games themselves, RoP is both bright and tidy (in both the English and Welsh senses). I only spent a few minutes there but it would have been easy for me to browse for hours. The shop is nice, the prices are good, and the staff -- well, the young woman I spoke to on my brief visit at least -- are knowledgeable and friendly. I wish this shop wasn't 140 miles away from me!
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Friendly service and tasty food. Good portion sizes too!
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