So I’ve been poking around and I think I got the forums back up and running again. Started using new anti-spambot (with a backup available if this does not work) and I also reformatted and re-organized everything. If the scary spambots scared you away, it should be safe to come back. If you’re new, feel free to sign up, THEY’RE FREE!
We finally came out of our caves and discovered how to make a Facebook Page. So 2008 of us, right?
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Or hate us!
Happy Independence Day to everyone in the USA!
Or if you’re in the UK, Happy “We got rid of a bunch of useless colonies day”!
Well, Episode 39 took a couple weeks, but here we are with a couple interesting new contests and interviews! We also have a very positive review of a new Happy Seppuku product, their “Sewers and Grates” press mold. There will be a more in depth review in the future, but this episode kinda gives the gist of my (positive) opinion of them.
First off, the contests, the first being hosted by me, The Baron:
Chris West of 2 Ton Miniatures was nice enough to paint my spare Nightmare Edition Lady Justice box set, (adding some Secret Weapon corpse field resin bases), and we’re going to be giving the set away for free! You can have an entire starting Malifaux army for the cost of nothing.
Well, nothing but a story. I want to hear your gamer story. Could be happy or sad, funny or terrifying, just something interesting. Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it on the forums or facebook page under our appropriate contest header, and we’ll decide which one we like best. The winner gets their story read on the show AND gets the box set. The deadline for this contest is July 4th.
The second contest is Dan’s pet, and the rules are thus:
Make us laugh! Post on our facebook any funny jokes, demotivational pictures, etc that you find amusing and involve the gaming culture, and click Like for the ones you like. Enough likes gets you some really awesome resin bases from James of War Gamma. They’re great pieces from a great company. The deadline for that one is Dan’s birthday, June 24th.
Aside from contests, we’re also featuring two interviews. The first is Chris West of the aforementioned 2 Ton Studios about what it’s like being a professional painter. Here at TEW we have to highly recommend him, as I have seen his work and it is simply top notch. His work is cheap, professional, and quick. Seriously, the dude has some skills.
After that is an interview with Lathan of Burn In Designs. He’s an ubernerd and friend of the show, so being able to sit down with him is always a pleasure. If you need custom laser cut work done, he’s the man for the job.
You can find Chris and 2 Ton Studios at:
You can find Lathan and Burn In Designs at:
You can also see the Wargamma bases we’re giving out at his site: http://www.mrdandy.com/wargamma/
Have a great one everybody, and may Zalgo be with you.
Well, folks, it looks like it’s that time again. We have some important announcements as well as some hobbying and gaming aide reviews. As always, let us know what you think either in the forums or on our facebook page.
Happy Seppuku Modelworks Texture Stamps: http://happyseppuku.com/
Music chosen out of disgruntled discontentment.
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Welcome to the Eternal Warriors episode 33, brought to you by the letter H and the numbers 5, 2, and 47. Features include special guest Roy (again) and we talked about how to beat Grey Knights, the troubles of owning too much paint, and tales of airport intrigue!
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Good Kwanza to all of our listeners.
The hosts of TEW wish you all the best for the coming new year and we hope you’ll keep listening to us.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! It’s that time of year to eat copious amounts of turkey, ham, stuffing, sweet potatos, kapusta (if you’re part of the Swizzy household), pecan pie and whatever else tickles your fancy. Don’t forget watching football while trying to not fall into a food coma, lol.
But the real reason for Thanksgiving is to think about what you are thankful for. I for one am thankful for my girlfriend, brother, parents, family, friends, coworkers and my job. I’m also thankful for all the fans out there that listen to the show or read our blogs. It really makes me feel fuzzy inside knowing that people like and appreciate what we do just for fun.
So from me and the rest of The Eternal Warrior’s Crew, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!