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Wargaming Websites In NZ
- 20mm Wargamer
De Ludis Bellorum Statunculis Plasticis Gestorum (Concerning Games of War waged with Plastic Figurines): Nick Grant, in Christchurch, is a 20mm plastic figure gamer…
- 6mm Wargaming
Site principally dedicated to micro (1/285th – 1/300th) gaming on land and air by AWC member Kieran Mahony covering both Historical and Fantasy genres. Also covers Naval and some 15mm scale material.
- Across the Table
Keith McNelly’s blog about wargaming in Christchurch…
- Al's 20th Century Wargaming Blog
Wargaming the 20th Century with Plastic Figures, on the West Coast of the South Island!
- Alan Borthwick's Warhammer Gaming Site
Alan Borthwick in Wellington’s site for his Warhammer Gaming. Previously the site of Rachel Borthwick’s painting service now see her separate website. This site does not appear to have been updated for about 5 years…
- Alan Hollows' Wargames & Miniatures Page
Located in Kapiti (that’s north of Wellington) with lots of great pictures of very well-painted armies from the Seven Years War in 15mm & 28mm…
- Andrew Hughes' Wargaming Pages
Andrew Hughes, a New Zealander living and working in Japan has a page showcasing his 20mm plastic figure collection, and includes (in the words of Robin Sutton) superb pages on World War 1, the Russo-Japanese War, and the Russian Civil War…
- Archduke Piccolo
A blog by Ion Dowman about one Wargamer’s wargaming in Christchurch, New Zealand.
- Battleline Miniatures
Battleline Miniatures, based in Auckland, have purchased the Wildly Inspired Miniatures business consisting of many 15mm historical miniature ranges; an extensive 25mm Medieval miniature range; and a less extensive 28mm range. There is also a small fantas
- Bavarian 2nd Chevauxleger Regiment Taxis
Roly Hermans of Paraparaumu provides a pictorial history of the Bavarian Chevauxleger Regiment Taxis from vintage postcards covering the late Renaissance era through to World War I…
- Bavarian Army at the Battle of Leuthen 1757
Based round a postcard of a massive diorama of the Battle of Leuthen in 1757, Roly Hermans of Paraparaumu explores building a Bavarian Wargaming Army…
- Craig Curtis' Wargaming Blog
Reports of games and news about current modelling and painting projects in Timaru, South Canterbury.
- De Bellis in Terra Sancta
Auckland Wargamer Brendan Moyle’s excellent site on the Medieval period, with particular emphasis on the Crusades and his published ‘Shattered Lances’ Wargaming Rules…
- Dispatches From The Mess
Christchurch Wargaming blog of Wayne Stack (Stacky).
- Dressing the Lines
Roly Hermans, founding member of the Kapiti Fusiliers Historic Gaming Club shares his thoughts and pictures about anything related to wargaming, especially if it is to do with 28mm horse-and-musket gaming.
- Firefall's Website
Firefall is Phil Malthus in Wellington is Firefall, and his site contain various articles & links for toy soldiers primarily covering Ancient Wargames using the rules De Bellis Multitudinous (DBM). Note the site does not appear to have been updated fo
- Flames of War (Official Website)
Battlefront Miniatures, owners of the Flames of War franchise and Wargames Illustrated magazine & Gale Force 9, located right here in Auckland.
- Galpy's 15mm Paint Shack Blog
Painting Service; Pictures; Wargames; How to paint your miniatures; Buildings; and much more from Timaru, South Canterbury.
- General Freyberg's Imperial Battle Group
Martin Smith in Wellington runs “General Freyberg’s Imperial Battle Group” site – for Space Crusade and WH40K variants…
- History of the Herzogtum of Rechburg
This site is the History of the Herzogtum of Rechburg covering mainly the 18th and early 19th Century. Herzogtum von Rechburg of course being a roleplaying nation in the world of Imagi-Nations run by Barry Taylor.
- Iago's Lair
Pete Palmer in Palmerston North’s view of wargaming…
- Iron Halo Painting Service
Rachel Borthwick in Wellington is the Iron Halo Warhammer Gaming Painting Service…
- Jake's (Modern Wargaming) Home Page
Jake Collins of Wellington provides some excellent Modern period wargaming information, including material for WRG 1950-2000 and Modern Spearhead rule sets…
- John McLennan's DBx Wargaming
Being the tribulations of a serial 1 roller…
- Krugers Kreations
A Blog about Wargaming Armies, Games and other Hobby stuff…
- Mark Davies' Hesperiana
Wargaming with HOTT and DBA.
- MEDBAG: Middle Earth DBA Gaming
DBA Gaming in the Land of Middle Earth – New Zealand DBA Community Blog run by Mark Davies & John McLennan.
- Miniature Addiction
AWC member Roundie has his own website & blog of his prolific modelling & painting, terrain boards, SDS campaign, and more.
- North Head Miniatures
Website of Auckland based model ship manufacturer.
- Painting Little Soldiers
Paul Jackson in Christchurch’s blog covering mostly 18th & 19th Century (SYW, Napoleonics, ACW).
- Pete's DBM Ancient Wargaming Site
Peter Dunn in Wellington’s website is largely concerned with wargaming pre-1500AD and in particular games using the DBM rule-set written by Phil Barker and Richard Bodley Scott. Site doesn’t appear to have had an update recently…
- Renaissance Wargaming with DBR
Keith McNelly’s Renaissance Wargaming site – part of the Wargames Room…
- Roly Hermans' Wargames Cabinet
Roly Hermans of Paraparaumu has designed this ‘virtual’ display case so that anyone can view his armies from anywhere in the world – links to several of Roly’s other sites listed here, plus several other pages with inspiration pictures of American Revolut
- Roly's 18th Century French Army
Roly Hermans’ of Paraparaumu website devoted to his fascination with things French in the Horse & Musket Period!
- Roly's Confederation of the Rhine Wargames Army
Roly Hermans of Paraparaumu’s Confederation of the Rhine wargames army, made up of 28mm metal model soldiers as an adjunct to his main Napoleonic French army – there are some wonderful photos here…
- Roly's Gettysburg Website
Roly Hermann’s of Paraparaumu participated in a huge re-enactment of the Battle of Gettysburg, involving over 23,000 uniformed re-enactors, at Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, in July 1998. The site also boasts images of Roly’s American Civil War wargaming arm
- Scott Bowman's Wargaming Blog
Wargaming, figure collecting, and painting in Paraparaumu, New Zealand.
- South Island Wargaming Forum
Combined Forum operated by the Christchurch Wargaming Club for all the South Island Wargaming Clubs…
- Stu's Tabletop Terrain
Modelling & Tips for Mordheim, Warhammer Fantasy & 40K, and Flames of War. Plus terrain and other general modelling information…
- The Great Adventure
Robin Sutton of Christchurch’s webpage devoted to wargaming World War I using “Great War Spearhead”. See also his the old Great Adventure site listed here as well…
- The Great Adventure [Old Site]
Robin Sutton of Christchurch’s old webpage devoted to wargaming World War I using “Great War Spearhead”. See his new Great Adventure site listed here as well…
- The Volley & Bayonet Page
Wargame rules for the period 1700 to 1890 written by Frank Chadwick and supported by Keith McNelly in Christchurch…
- The Wargames Room
Keith McNelly in Christchurch hosts the Wargames Room with all things 6mm including Napoleonics, World War II, and Modern genres amongst others as well as 15mm Ancients & Renaissance gaming…
- The Wars of Pooch
Wargamer based in QuakeChurch (that’s Earthquake hit Christchurch), New Zealand.
- Valeur et Discipline: Roly's Napoleonic French Army
Roly Hermans of Paraparaumu’s Napoleonic French army in 28mm. The Valeur et Discipline (Valour & Discipline) website has photos of his completed units and you can read all about them. As always with Roly lots of inspirational photos…
- von Peter's 'Wargaming Madness'
Peter Haldezos is happily afflicted with that mysterious hobby called wargaming and his site reflects his affliction!
- Wargaming NZ Blog
Robin Sutton’s Blog on wargaming in Christchurch and more…
AWC member John Moher’s website about all things wargaming – with particular emphasis on Historical genres (but will also eventually cover some Fantasy/Sci-Fi); and 28mm & 20mm figures (plus Naval, Air, etc).
- Websites for Wargamers by Roly Hermans
Roly Hermans of Paraparumu offers wargamers with no experience of web design a service that provides a website for displaying their armies…