Well, I finally chose (using the scientifically-sound method of asking my wife to name a random number between 1 and 23 and then adding 7 to account for any tendancies she might have) a winner for my House of War/Maurice contest!
And the winner? The beautifully-named Baconfat!
So Baconfat... if you see this (and I hope you do!) please do shoot me an email at grenadierguardscampaigns at yahoo dott com with your mailing info (Woof... maybe I should have restricted this contest to residents of North America!) and I will send you your prize... a GREAT set of rules by Sam Mustafa, "Maurice" and a set of the cards you need to play it! Thanks again to Sam for the donation!
Now, along with a winner, I also wanted to gather ALL of the links that people posted so folks could have some fun links to look at!
I wanted to say thank you so much for everyone who has come by and read the blog over all these years... honestly, my motto was always "Make a blog that someone who is bored and online at 3 AM would be overjoyed to see" and I hope that I've done that. Honestly, everyone's feedback is what has kept me posting over all these years. I don't have a lot of people to talk toy soldiers with in person, so you all are those folks I can talk toy soldiers with!:D
So! Here are all the links that people posted as their memorable links! Let's take a stroll down memory lane...
Scenery - The 15mm ACW Terrain
10mm Napoleonics... the Battle of Edificio finished (finally!)
The Display Cabinets - Cabinet #1
I think I am done! Flocked and Finished 15mm ACW table
More Miniature Eye Candy
My 10mm Napoleonic Game Part 2
15mm Technicals Finished
The Death of Nelson
The first real 10mm Napoleonic eye candy!
Some of my favorite war-games rooms
"Night Vision" using tricky painting and an LED...
Updates; the Wargames Room and Table
Harry Potter in 25mm... finished
A few Minecraft screenshots
Some 25mm ACW testing of "Longstreet"
The start of my blog!
10mm Forests How-To
My Middenheim army hits eBay
A game of "Longstreet!"