Chipco’s Fantasy Rules! Links
Hordes of the Things & Misc. Fantasy Links:
- Richard Bodley Scott’s Homepage: one of the authors of Hordes of the Things. [DEAD LINK?]
- De Bellis Homepagius has Hordes of the Things links, as well as information & links to other WRG products. This page is part of Ed’s Hobby Hovel.
- The Stronghold is a Hordes site – some great army lists (Discworld!) and good links. Probably the best HOTT site out there.
- Steve Goode’s Wargaming & DBA has some excellent figure reviews, and other items. [DEAD LINK?]
- The War in Sasrania is a HotT battle report, entertaining & with good photos.
- A HOTT/DBA Fantasy page.
- Rules of Engagement has some HOTT stuff, house rules, and more links. [DEAD LINK?]
- Middle Earth Army Lists, actually for DBA but usable as inspiration for any game. [DEAD LINK?]
- The Medieval Armies DBA Page has figure reviews, battle reports, and links of interest to any miniature wargamer, not just DBA players.
- A great 15mm Nazgul – more images are also on this site, although the whole things a bit disconnected. [DEAD LINK?]
- Kai’s Miniature Gaming Homepage has Middle Earth battles & miniatures information, including a spectacular 25mm model of Minas Tirith. [DEAD LINK?]
- Neither FR! nor HOTT, but interesting: a homebrew Fantasy Skirmish ruleset is available, based on GZG’s FMA system (Stargrunt II). [DEAD LINK?]
- Dan Smith’s Fantasy Fonts for Windows has Tolkein-inspired and other fantasy fonts, plus lots of related links.
- Flat Earth Games have very cool fonts and other gaming information. Beautiful looking site, as well. [DEAD LINK?]
- Warflags has free flags for wargamers – they’re intended as historicals, but a number of them work all right as fantasy flags, especially the mediaeval ones.
- Leonardo da Vinci – diagrams, drawings, & models of his work, including many of his fascinating machines.
- Town of Vinci’s Leonardo Museum has information and loads of great diagrams. Vinci was Leonardo’s hometown…
- The Myths & Legends pages have good information on real-world dieties, myths and legends. Useful to inspire your fantasy-world mythos.
- Information & Links on real-world Ancient Civilizations. More inspiration.
- Worlds in the Net is a catalog of people’s fantasy and science fiction worlds on the WWW.
- Xenite.Org: Worlds of Imagination on the Web – Science fiction & fantasy.
- RPGnet has loads of interesting links and information, including a good review of FR! 2ed.
- Lots of amusing RPG stories – should probably be called “Stupid Gamer Tricks”…or sometimes “Stupid GM Tricks”… [DEAD LINK?]
- Not a fantasy wargames site either, but L-Space is the best Terry Prachett site going. Wonderful site if you’re a Pratchett fan. (Who isn’t?)
- Sir Clisto Seversword’s Tome of Adventure & Knowledge – the site isn’t quite as long as the name, but nearly! This is a medieval-themed collection of links, very well sorted and indexed. Lots of good stuff. [DEAD LINK?]
- Tempus Peregrinator’s Little Heraldry Book is a good heraldic primer, glossary and dictionary, online with good links.
- The Medieval Sword Resource Site is a sort of online museum dedicated to the medieval swordsmith’s art. Great links, information and images.
- Landsknecht.com is actually an SCA site, which has loads of information, links and images for Renaissance warfare.
- The Dwarven Delving is an RPG site, but it’s got great images and some entertaining information on everyone’s favourite short axe-wielders!
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