Posts Tagged ‘Warhound’

 

 

Hello Reader.

 

We’ve just published the second part of our podcast about the infamous event in the history of the Warhammer 40.000 universe known as the Horus Heresy.

 

I apologize in advance as this content is only available in our native tongue, Portuguese, however if you do speak it or at least understand the language I do recommend you check us out.

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Hello Reader.

 

Another quick post to catch up on the published episodes of the Papo de Mesa Podcast while I was away from home.

 

This time we sit and have a chat about the Horus Heresy so if you speak Portuguese and would like to know more about the great treachery of the Warhammer 40.000 game please do check us out either downloading the episode from the show’s blog or scrolling down to hear it here on the blog.

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Hello there Reader.

 

As I said yesterday, I had completely forgotten to post here on the blog about the second part of our “Papo de Mesa Podcast” about Warhammer 40.000.

 

This week we have published the final installment of our 40K episode in which we wrap up our (very) informal conversation about this fantastic game produced by Games Workshop.

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Hello Reader.

 

I’ve been so caught up with my real life issues that I forgot to post here the latest episode of our “Papo de Mesa Podcast” show.

 

As usual I apologize this content is only available in Portuguese, but if you speak the language I urge you to check us out. This episode is the second part of the 6th episode where we talk about Warhammer 40.000 and you can download it on our podcast’s blog or watch it through the embedded video further down on this post.

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Hello there Reader.

 

Yet another post about our Papo de Mesa Podcast. This is just a heads up letting our readers know we’ve published the sixth episode of our podcast and this time we’re talking about Warhammer 40.000.

 

So if you speak Portuguese, or at least understand the language, please check our newest episode on the podcast’s blog or through the embedded video further down on this post.

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Hello there.

 

Just letting you guys know we have published last week the second part of our “Papo de Mesa Podcast” about wargaming clubs in Brazil.

 

It is Portuguese spoken, so it might not be of interest to my English readers. Having said that if you speak Portuguese do check it out, either through the post on our Podcast’s blog or right here on the blog through the Youtube Player available further down on this post.

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Hello there Reader.

 

Another quick post today letting you know we’ve published the first part of our fifth episode of the Papo de Mesa Podcast.

 

Again this is a Portuguese spoken podcast but if you speak the language I couldn’t recommend it more. This time around the hosts welcome guests from five Brazilian wargaming clubs to discuss the incipient club phenomenon in Brazil.

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Hi Folks,

 

I’m “Ultra”Marcos from CPTeP, and despite the fact that I always consider myself a newbie on the hobby, I’ve been into Miniature/Tabletop games since the year 2000.

 

I first learnt about Warhammer in Stuttgart/Germany where I was living back then. When I moved back to Brazil, I joined the Warhammer Brasil Forum and met a bunch of people with similar interests. Since then, the hobby has been growing in my life. I am committing more and more personal time into it, to the point that I do something hobby related almost every day, if not every single day, be it painting, assembling, collecting, reading etc.

 

Due to my job, I moved to two other different countries already (Switzerland and US) and due to that I had a chance to play 40K in at least 8 different countries (that I can recollect). I’ve also been to Warhammer World, Games Day UK and Adepticon that are significant places/events for the Hobby.

 

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Hello Reader.

If you live abroad you probably know a couple of clubs devoted to gaming right? From what I understand in some foreign countries the associative spirit is encouraged from an early age, starting in schools which promote many “interest clubs” ranging from book clubs, debate clubs and math teams to varied hobby clubs and gaming clubs.

It’s no secret that clubs have a great social aspect not only promoting the interaction between members, and the opportunity to exercise their common interest, but also being a reassuring factor to members showing that no matter how “weird” your hobby/personal interest may be, there’s others out there who share your passion, even if it’s sock sniffing (ok, there might not be clubs around for THAT!).

Well, for some reason I can’t fathom clubs are not that common in Brazil. We do have tennis clubs pretty much everywhere (go figure right? Every small town I’ve lived in for the last 8 years had one) with their inevitable tennis courts and swimming pools, and we do have some schools which encourage its students to form student councils but the hobby clubs are almost non-existent in schools.

So it should come as no surprise to you that gaming clubs are a recent innovation in the hobby scenario in Brazil but fortunately more and more wargamers around the country are feeling the need to associate and clubs are appearing all over the country. We went from a single club scenario, the now extinct “Martelo de Guerra” (“Warhammer” in English) in Rio de Janeiro, to a multi-club one in the space of a few years.

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