Miniature Wargaming and 3D Printing
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Post Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:15 pm 

Hey everyone,

Just a short basic article from about 3D Printing and Minature Wargaming. ... re-gaming/

I thought some of you might find it interesting to read.

It has a picture of Chainmail from Guidon Games too :)

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Post Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:40 am 

Thanks for the link to the article.  Very interesting. :)

Hello Mrs. Cleaver, Theodore.

Gee, Mrs. Cleaver ... That certainly is a lovely dress.


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Post Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:12 am 

"New avenues for wargaming opened up in the 1970s, when Gary Gygax created Chainmail, a medieval war game which included a fantasy supplement with rules governing magic spells and fantastical creatures." (from the article cited)

Amusing, since the early Chainmail versions said "by Jeff Perren & Gary Gygax".
But I talked with Jeff about this before he passed away.
He felt fairly compensated, overall, and felt Gary did add a lot to his base work.


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Post Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:48 am 

Consider that you can buy a 3D printer for $500 - $2000, it's only a matter of time when I can make my own mini's for whatever module I run that night!  :D

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