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Sunday, March 28, 2004

Stargate SG1 paper models

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The Stargate SG1 series offers a lot of possibilities for interesting wargames scenarios. But you're going to need a Stargate or two. Sean Lambert has a neat page with a Stargate SG1 paper stargate model. You have to dig through a couple of layers to find it. Sean reports that there isn't a permanent URL that goes directly to the model. sum1els's Stargate SG1 paper models

 

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  • For a permanent link, use sum1els.com rather than aphrodite.com.  Aphrodite is the current home of the content, but it may change in the future.  sum1els.com is the permanent address.

    Posted by Sean Lambert on 04/22 at 07:56 AM | #

  • I cant find that site with the stargate model, Anyone seen another one… I am desprate.

    Posted by Mauler on 05/27 at 10:25 AM | #

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Miniature Wargaming is part of the "adventure games" hobby, which includes r ole p laying and board games. Wargamers recreate battles on the tabletop with toy soldiers, like a more complicated game of chess. Models range in height from 6mm to 28mm tall, with 15mm and 25mm being the most popular. There also is a growing interest in toy soldiers and military models, such as the 1/32 and 1/35 scale plastic soldiers from Conte, and Marx.

The most popular miniature wargames are fantasy and science fiction based, such as Warhammer, Warhammer 40K, Warmachine and The Lord of the Rings. World War II games such as Flames of War and Axis and Allies are new favorites. Other favorite historical periods include Napoleonics, the American Civil War, and ancients, such as Romans or Greeks. Other gamers enjoy miniature naval wargames, recreating battles like Trafalgar, Jutland and the Coral Sea.

Hobbyists research historical periods and paint their tiny soldiers in accurate uniforms. Others develop "historically realistic" rules sets or build scale battlefield terrain using model railroad techniques.

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Some of the bigger hobby companies are Games Workshop, which produces Warhammer, Wargames Foundry and Old Glory Miniatures. Wizards of the Coast produces several lines of pre-painted miniatures games, such as the Star Wars and Dungeons and Dragons miniatures games, and a historical game with pre-painted miniatures: The new Axis and Allies game. Wizkids produces a fantasy collectable miniatures game, such as the Mage Knight and Heroclick fantasy games, the science fiction games MechWarrior and Rocketmen, as well as the quasi-historical Pirates of the Spanish Main.

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