than not to have tried at all. Well, as you’ve been aware, we’ve been pretty inactive lately. What started as a three man team was reduced to two people and somehow the dynamic this blog once had was lost in … Continue reading
*NOTE: This post was written by our former Blog Colleague, Sire Godefroy. WordPress seems to have transferred all his posts to me*
Some might have noticed slight changes to our base camp recently. Tents have been stricken, sleeping bags rolled up and backpacks were prepared. And there is a reason to it.
As some of you may notice we now have a small banner/link on the right side of our blog directing you to one of our favourite e-shops for most of the things an enthusiastic Lead Mountain climber requires; Miniaturicum. Continue reading
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With Christmas coming up I got me a present myself. Under the pretense that I would try out a new review format I didn’t wait any longer and ripped the package open immediately. Here’s what I “found”…
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The Mountains of Lead are treacherous terrain, shifting its shape overnight. Therefore the enterprising explorer is well advised to carefully study his maps, listen to his fellows’ reports and document his own surveys as time permits.
this site will guide you to the Mountains of Lead, but be warned, it is possible that you will never return, forever wandering hidden and mysterious paths, meeting heroes from tales and forgotten times, seeing the future… only armed with a brush, some paint and a creative mind. Continue reading