We have moved to a new site.

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First we’d like to thank everyone that has helped get us to get where we are on the new site. You will find a lot of the old posts and pics but also lots of new content, we have taken on two more writers, this will give us a better coverage of game content and more posts being published.

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Ringing in the Changes

Hi gamers, it’s Darren here. You may have noticed we have been a bit quite the last few days, this is because we have made some major changes to the website and indeed to the future of Tabletop Games UK.

We have moved to a hosted server which means we will be no longer publishing anything here, all the articles have been moved and everything is set, just a few niggles like featured images are a bit of a thorn in my side at the moment.

To keep up with our adventures and watch to see what crazy new things we can come up with you will have to go to the new site and subscribe.

The reason we have done this is to allow a lot more freedom for us, not that wordpress hasn’t been a fantastic home for the last two years, but as all things grow they need a bit more room to grow and expand, which is what we needed. Now all we need is for you fantastic lot to follow us over.

 

There are a lot of plans in place for this year and we are all excited for the next 12 months and hope you continue to support us

KV 1/KV 2 Boxset for Bolt action.

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If you play Russian with Bolt Action, then this is the box set for you. Not only can you expand your heavy firepower you can also expand your troops. This box set comes with 8 plastic tank riders, also in the box is a guide for constructing your KV1 or KV2, handy reference card for each type of tank, damage markers and a set of decals for the KV tank. This set really does come in at a good price of £20 and at time of writing is in stock on the website.

 

 

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Learning Curve: Blood Bowl & Lesson’s We Learn The Hard Way!

Some of us (me included) seem to only be capable of learning how to avoid a situation by being in one.  This exhibited in many ways when I was a callow youth (but those are tales for after the watershed -Ed.) and now mainly are displayed when I either buy something I don’t need or get whupped when playing games…

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