Enemies & Alternate System Links to 'Army-Dedicated' sites

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Post#21 » Jan 02 2008 12:18

Here's one for Emperor's Children:

http://forum.emperorschildren.net/

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Post#22 » Mar 29 2008 08:44

Here's a rather helpfull site for all you nid players out there,
http://thetyranidhive.proboards28.com/,
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Post#23 » Mar 31 2008 01:29

40k Terra
I've only been a member there for a few days, but they are very welcoming. There are a lot of knowledgeable members, although it is much closer to "LOL WTF those aint roxxorz" than ATT, but then again who isn't? It does have large signatures, but as I found out earlier today you can choose to not view them.

A pretty good general 40k site. If you join, look me up (I have a strangely similar name...).
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Post#24 » Mar 31 2008 02:02

you can choose to not view them
that's exactly it, I often find myself doing that too. i wonder if they ever poll their members and ask them if they view them or not or can view the stats on how many use that control? Can't stand it when sigs are longer than posts!

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Post#25 » May 05 2008 01:13

My fav Blood Angels forum

http://www.exlibrismortis.org/

But of course, BA was my first army - picked right about the time the (first) Tau were released, but I was commited already to the red.....
So, started Tau the year later.
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Post#26 » May 05 2008 03:11

I'm surprised that http://www.bolterandchainsword.com hasn't made an appearance yet. It's a forum for anything in power armour.
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Post#27 » May 05 2008 03:20

Prophaniti wrote:I'm surprised that http://www.bolterandchaonsword.com hasn't made an appearance yet. It's a forum for anything in power armour.


www.bolterandchainsword.com has been on there for a while, but it's the first i've heard of www.bolterandchaonsword.com.

Good site? ;)
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Post#28 » May 05 2008 12:47

Yeah Yeah. Typing a bit too quickly in the rush this morning.

Sheesh. :roll:
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Post#29 » May 05 2008 01:44

There's Underempire for Skaven [WFB]:
http://underempire.net/?act=idx

and http://www.librarium-online.com in the general links for all games

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Post#30 » May 26 2008 06:27

you've just wasted 1.5 sec's of your life

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Post#31 » May 26 2008 02:18

General 40k-
http://www.ageofstrife.com
http://www.belloflostsouls.blogspot.com

Those are some of them that I visit. The other ones have already been listed.

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Post#32 » May 28 2008 09:35

A good Vampire Counts one. http://www.vampirecounts.net
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Post#33 » Jun 07 2008 02:32

Mont're Mal'caor wrote:http://www.vampirecounts.net


Are you sure that's for Vampire Counts? With a URL Like that, it could be for anything! ;)

http://www.Gaiaonline.com isn't a pure Warhammer site (more for manga/anime fans), but they have a guilds section, where you need to apply to join groups. There are one or two WH guilds in there, but to be honest, not much happens in them... Last time I checked, the last post in the Tau thread was 2 months ago. I think I'll stick with ATT, thank you very much.

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Post#34 » Jun 07 2008 03:20

Prophaniti wrote:I'm surprised that http://www.bolterandchainsword.com hasn't made an appearance yet. It's a forum for anything in power armour.


And the best one for all power armour armies there is.

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Post#35 » Jun 07 2008 04:03

O'Well wrote:My fav Blood Angels forum

http://www.exlibrismortis.org/

But of course, BA was my first army - picked right about the time the (first) Tau were released, but I was commited already to the red.....
So, started Tau the year later.


the forum'a adress is now actually http://exlibrismortis40kboards.yuku.com/directory

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Post#36 » Jul 01 2008 08:00

Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum sonatur.

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Post#37 » Jul 31 2008 04:02

Actually, http://www.ironhands.com/necro.htm Is a conversion site for quite a few armies, and not a forum at all. I just thought it had some excellent conversions and tips.

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Post#38 » Aug 14 2008 07:17

One that has not been mentioned but very good...High elf specific but you will find it is a great forum itself-- http://www.ulthuan.net/forum/portal.php
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