Over on Lead Adventure ‘Nurgle HH’ has posted a comic-book style after action report of their battle between The Servants of Ra and The Black Dragon Tong. Well worth a read
Our gallant Gallic comrade c12 has an excellent blog with lots of IHMN material upon it. If, like myself, your French is a little rusty, Google Translate makes a decent job of it
Amongst the many items are a set of counters for use in games both en Francais and in English.
You can find it all here: http://c12box.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/pions-in-her-majestys-name/
Ladies and Gentlemen,
May I present to you Commander James RN, who has endeavoured to represent those stalwart chaps of the Royal Navy’s Landing Parties:
Being ex-RN myself, and having recently put the finishing touches to a RN Landing Party for Sleeping Dragon, Rising Sun, I was very interested to read Paul’s take on this iconic Victorian force. Having been an avid reader of his blog, Yours in a White Wine Sauce, for some time I was sure it would be of quality and I wasn’t disappointed.
He has taken a different approach to our Landing Party which means when SDRS is published you shall have two RN companies to choose from, each designed for different tasks. Ours is a River Gunboat company, whereas his looks like it should operate from capital ships with the use of dirigibles.
If I have got as blog then I might as well use it for a good cause once in a while.
My younger daughter Rhiannon is raising funds so that she can go to Thailand for a year to teach young children English. This has been organised by Project Trust, a worldwide educational charity.
Rhiannon is the one in pink at the bottom, acting as a ladder for everyone else
If you know of any grants she can apply for, would like to donate yourself or whould just like to cheer her one please visit www.rhiannonthailand.wordpress.com
And here is the first video review of Heroes, Villlains & Fiends by Bolerhatman (aka Set2121 on Lead Adventure):
This is a first rate blog for all things Victorian and they have been nice enough to publish a review of IHMN.
You can find it here: http://networkedblogs.com/RgqIG
I suggest a lengthy browse of other posts on the blog as well