"Next one to Dalauppror, from the icy Scandinavian countries but you'll get really hot on the outstanding painting excellent levels, mouthwatering high-quality gaming tables and engaging battle reports."
Thanks for the very nice review:)
I´m most honoured by both the Awards ! Very appreciated !
One more bennefit of the award are that I can award it to five more fellow bloggers, chainletter warning, but I´ll pass it on anyway:)
The rules are very easy:
- "Copy and paste" the award on your blog, and talk about it a bit.
- Select for the award your five favourite blogs with less than 200 followers, leaving a comment on one of their post to notify them that they have won the award. You need also to list them in your own blog.
- Enjoy the moment, knowing that you have just made someone´s day.
- Of course, there is no obligation to pass the award, but it is a good deed really.
And now, my selection for the next winners, in no particular order:
- For having put up with all my different gaming project the last time, my quite newly found gaming friend Jonas need´s a puch for his excellent blog A Conflict of Interests, a blog with too? many inspirational pictures and posts.
- From the darkest part of Småland in Sweden we have Engel and he´s blog Kampfgruppe Engel with lots of nice pictures and projects, especially he´s Skägglavefantasy project are pure inspiration.
- The chaps behind the blog Northern Wargaming absolutely deserve a Award for joining me in promoting wargaming in the Medieval Swedish History, GOOD WORK FELLOWS !!!
- From the north of Sweden we have one more excellent blogger Hobbyworker and he´s blog Hobbyworker, loaded with god painted minis and very nice after action reports.
- I you to were an Englishman in exile in Denmark you to needed and deserved an Award for your blog. Stephen arn´t only a very talented miniature painter, he also a very good friend that, out of the blue, offered to guide me around in London during this years Salute, be sure to make he´s blog Janner´s Jaunt a visit.
YES! I admit that 80% of the Prizewinners are from Sweden, but it is just a coincidence, I promise;) As Stephen also learning Danish I suppouse he to count as almost as a Swede...
My congratulations to all my winners and to all other wargaming blogger that have recived their Awards !