Posts Tagged ‘Lead Belt’

 

Olá Leitor.

 

Esta é a versão em inglês da segunda parte do artigo “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt: Warhammer World”. Você pode encontrar a versão em português aqui:

 

“Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt – Warhammer World (versão em português) – Parte 2”.

 

Até logo!

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Hello Reader!

 

Fulfilling my promise here’s the second part of the “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt: Warhammer World” article. The first part was published here yesterday so if you missed that please do check it out before reading on (here’s the link again).

 

Done reading it? Well, take a seat for I’m about to continue telling you how my visit to Warhammer World was.

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Hello Reader.

 

This is the Portuguese version of the 2nd part of the article “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt: Warhammer World”. You can read the English version here:

 

“Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt – Warhammer World – Part 2.”

 

Over and out!

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Salve Leitor!

 

Cumprindo a promessa segue a segunda parte do artigo “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt: Warhammer World”. A primeira parte foi publicada ontem e se você deixou de conferi-la dá de aproveitar o link para fazê-lo antes de continuar a leitura por aqui!

 

Já leu? Bom senta ai que vamos continuar a contar por aqui como foi nossa visita ao Warhammer World.

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Hello Reader!

 

This is the article everyone could see coming from a mile away, but it ended up taking me more than a year to write this. It seems I’m perfecting the art of taking a while to write articles here on the blog.

 

Joking aside I do have a gestating period when it comes to writing articles like this. While some are born in the spur of the moment and seem to write themselves in a flash, others take their time inside my head, and this apparently is one of the latter.

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Salve Leitor!

 

Este é o artigo que todo mundo sabia que eu teria que publicar aqui, mas que levou mais de um ano para nascer. É parece que eu estou me aperfeiçoando cada vez mais na arte de me enrolar para publicar novos artigos aqui no blog.

 

Acontece que cada artigo aqui no blog passa por um período de gestação, alguns são concebidos e nascem muito rápido, outros parecem estar sendo gestados por um elefante e esse foi o caso do artigo final da série “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt”.

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Hello Reader.

 

Today’s article is the Portuguese version of the article published here on the blog yesterday, featuring our visit to the Games Workshop store located in Bath in the UK.

 

Do check it out today if you missed it by any reason.

 

Over and out.

 

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Salve Leitor!

 

Com o artigo de hoje fazemos uma breve pausa na sequência de artigos da série “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt”, deixando Nottingham por hora e visitando outra localidade da Inglaterra.

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Hello there.

 

This is the Portuguese version of our article published here yesterday about our visit to Warlord Games, a wargaming and miniature company based in Nottingham in the UK. If you missed that please check it out.

 

Over and out.

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Hello there.

 

As I have mentioned in the first article in this series I’ve taken advantage of a trip to England in January 2014 to visit a few wargame companies based in the city of Nottingham, affectuously known as Britain’s “Lead Belt” a clear reference to the many companies in the wargaming business that make the city their home.

 

I’ve already published my article about visiting Mantic Games, thus, to continue the series of “Visiting Britain’s Lead Belt” articles it’s time to talk about Warlord Games.

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Hello Reader.

 

Today’s article is the Portuguese version of the one I published here yesterday chronicling my visit to Mantic Games in the UK.

 

If you missed that out please check it by clicking the following link.

 

Over and out.

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Hello Reader.

 

Mantic Games. The name should sound familiar by now for anyone who’s into the hobby of collecting, painting and (or) playing miniature games and wargames as by now Mantic is the powerhouse behind not one, but six very successful crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter.

 

Kings of War; Dreadball; Deadzone; Loka (which is the pet project of Alessio Cavatore); Mars Attacks and Dreadball Xtreme have all proven to be very popular games which backed by thousands of gamers and miniature collectors all over the world have allowed the British company to amass the incredible combined sum of U$ 3.538.467,00 (three million five hundred and thirty eight thousand, four hundred and sixty seven dollars) through its crowdfunding campaigns and with plans for more game campaigns on Kickstarter soon, Mantic Games is eager to deliver more and they sure know how to please their fans, with lots of added value being the norm for their campaigns.

 

But those of you who have been in the hobby for a while longer might remember Mantic as the one time “Ugly Duckling” in the wargaming business.

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Hello Reader!

 

I’ve recently had the opportunity of travelling once more to the UK and decided to take advantage of that to visit once more the city of Nottigham in England’s East Midlands.

 

Yes, the name might, and should ring a bell as this is the very same city whose infamous sheriff once troubled Robin Hood. Yep, that guy who, along with his band of merry men, stole from the rich and gave to the poor. His legendary status aside, Robin Hood’s figure is so intrinsically attached to the city and the Nottinghamshire county that his figure adorns the county’s flag and the welcoming signs to the county indicate that’s the land of Robin Hood.

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