I just realized that as of a few days ago (April 19th) Tabletop Geeks is officially one year old! I realize that the posts go back to March of last year, but those were carried over from a different blog just to show off the table to some friends originally. Here is a recap of the last year as well as some information on what is to come.
I don’t normally make posts like this, but this I felt warranted the attention. Maddie Chambers over at Mad’s Hobbit Hole has made a miniature Bag End hobbit hole replica from the Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring movie. It is simply amazing. It may not be directly related to tabletop gaming, but it is still a beautiful piece of miniature scenery. As both a huge Lord of the Rings fan and a fan of miniature tabletop scenery this is just a very exciting piece.
But don’t just take my word for it, here are a couple sample pictures:
I just wanted to toss out a quick update to let you guys know that EVEN MORE warbands are coming to the roster builder. In fact, a few are already up. The Nemesis Crown warbands, as well as a few additional warbands from Letters of the Damned will be up. Here’s a list of the currently available new warbands with links (no way to access them from the dropdowns on the Roster Builder yet):
The Mordheim Roster Builder has been updated with ALL of the warbands from Border Town Burning. There is now a third button underneath the warband selection box allowing you to select “BTB” (Border Town Burning) in addition to buttons for “Official” and “Unofficial” warbands. A very special thanks to vampirekhaine from Tom’s Boring Mordheim Forum for helping me out by typing up the database files for these. Keep in mind that these are brand new and possibly have a few errors in them or are possibly missing a special rule somewhere, so if you see anything wrong then please let us know! You can either post here, respond to the Roster Builder thread on Tom’s, or contact us directly.
Also, don’t worry! I’m still working on allowing you to save your warband and update it later. That one is going to take some time as there are a LOT of rules to worry about.
I just wanted to make a quick post here to let people know that I’ve added an awesome new download to the downloads section. It is a fully editable Mordheim Roster in PDF form. You can make changes right on the PDF and save them. I have uploaded this, with permission, from Marvelous Miniatures. It is well worth checking out, enough so that I felt it deserved it’s own news post. Thanks to cianty for pointing it out to me as well.
Also, I have put up a few other various downloads in the Mordheim downloads section recently as well. Go check them out!
That’s right, it’s possible to reserve your username right now! The actual site isn’t ready yet (though I’m hoping to have it up and fully functional by the end of the month at the latest) but user registration is available now. Register now and be ready for when the site goes live!
We’re all transferred over to the new hosting now! You should notice increased speed while browsing and downloading. If you notice any issues with the page, please contact us so we can get it fixed asap. The back end has also been upgraded in the first step towards the new user pages. Enjoy!
Happy New Year everyone! I figured now would be a good idea to announce some of the changes coming to Tabletop Geeks this year. Don’t worry, these changes are all for the best and the main site and layout will not be going through any drastic changes.
I have made some major updates to the Roster Builder. I have added several new warbands. I added a few buttons to switch between official and unofficial warbands. I made a few other minor changes as well. The whole thing is coming along nicely.
This is just a quick update to let you guys know… we’ve got a Facebook page now! If you have Facebook, you can keep up with all the latest Tabletop Geeks news by becoming a fan. Don’t forget to tell your friends!
Check us out here.