Saturday, November 24, 2012

Liebster Award.....

I was surprised to receive the Liebster Award from Smillie over at

Thank you very much, I am very pleased to have been nominated, and most grateful for the award!
It really does make all the time and effort, to paint up figures and write the battle reports worthwhile when you know its being appreciated and enjoyed by your fellow gamers.

The Liebster Award
Following on from others here are the rules of engagement.

1. Copy and paste the award on your blog linking it to the blogger who has given it you.

2. Pass the award to your top 5 favourite blogs with less than 200 followers by leaving a comment on one of there posts to notify them that they have won the award and listing them on your own blog.

3. Sit back and bask in the warm fuzzy feeling that comes with knowing you have made someones day!

4. There is no obligation to pass this onto someone else but its nice if you take the time to do so.

In no order here are some great blogs to check out and are my nominations to pass it on!

In no particular order...... My Top 5 nominations.

The Wargame Shed
Whisperin Al and I seem to share very similar tastes in wargaming periods, a great mix of periods and rule reviews always something worth reading.

I picked this rule set up a number of months ago when I was looking for rules sets for my Irish wars, Mr Hotspur has a great insight into his chosen period with a great balance between historical accuracy and game play.

Hereford 1938
I could hardly avoid Jon over at hereford 1938, by sheer luck our VBCW campaigns run along side each other separated only by the Malverns, JP has some great game reports and plenty of fresh scenario ideas.

Balkan Wargamer
Balkan Dave's website always has some thing worth stopping by for a read, whether it be the book review's or wargames scenario's Dave and I also seem to share a number common periods.

An evil giraffe
The guy's at the local club often look at me a little strangely when I suggest a game of Elizabethan Zombie wars, Evil Giraffe is proof Folk Horror exists in more than my warped mind.... :-)

Stop by and pay these chaps a visit.

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