Coat d'Arms Conversion Chart available
Coat d'Arms paints (owned by Gladiator Games) used to supply Games Workshop's paints when Games Workshop sold 18ml pots. Since Games Workshop changed paint supplier, Coat d'Arms paints have continued to supply the original paints under their own names.
The Coat d'Arms site used to be under the Gladiator Games domain, but has now been moved to CoatDArms.com. Although the new site lists the old Games Workshop paint name on each paint's product page, the original conversion chart no longer seems to exist. Having recovered it from the archives of the Internet, the Coat d'Arms paint to Games Workshop paint conversion chart is now available. All paint names link to the Coat d'Arms paint product page where possible.
New event definition added
Thanks to Simguinus for the definitions, who is hinting at there being more to come!
'The Night of Mystery' added
Simguinus has now added a definition for Geheimnisnacht, the Warhammer World's Night of Mystery.
Three more definitions from Simguinus
Without taking the slightest breather, Simguinus has added three more definitions to the Encyclopedia. We now have our first addition for the letter Y - Yevgeny Yefimovich - as well as definitions for the minor-character Master Yeovil and the Greater Daemon Thlyy'gzul'zhaell.
Also, we now have a new category and a new word type. The encyclopedia will now cover Dark Future words as well, which Simguinus seems keen to add, and now has a separate type for 'Events and Incidents'.
Window Tax Riots in the Encyclopedia
Simguinus has been adding more definitions to the Encyclopedia. The definitions for Window Tax and the Window Tax Riots include real world references, for those people who want to know what inspires the author. The third definition, for Inquisitor Kryptman is a bit of a retro-definition, being taken from White Dwarf issue 131.
Thanks again to Simguinus for his seemingly untiring work on the Encyclopedia.
Real World references in the Encyclopedia
As soon as I update the Encyclopedia, Simguinus goes and adds more definitions to the list! Now added is a real-world reference for Captain Holofernest and a definitions for the small Marienburg location of Rijker's Island, also with real-world reference.
Thanks to Simguinus for the definitions, now to see what other real-world references he can come up with that I never realised existed!
Three new definitions and an update
- Tarik Ziz - Director Secundus of the Callidus Assassin Temple
- The Excruciator - a piece of Inquisition hardware
- La Belle Dame Sans Merci - the Keats poem, which gets a mention in a Warhammer 40,000 novel
Thanks once again to Simguinus, who seems intent on continuing until he runs out of source material. He could be there a while!
IBBoard's Inquisitor Encyclopedia notes completed
Quite a while ago I made a long list of nearly a dozen sides of A4 paper covered in notes from Ian Watson's novel 'Inquisitor' that were intended for the Encyclopedia. A third of the definitions were already in the database, but the other two thirds have now been added, including definitions for Historitors, two Inquisitors (Obispal and Firenze), both High Gothic and Imperial Gothic, and the Imperial Order of the Hydra.
Another five new city definitions
Simguinus' run of Warhammer City definitions is coming to an end, but only because he's nearly finished all of the main ones! Newly added and approved today are:
Thanks once again to Simguinus for his untiring work on these definitions. The Marienburg definitions is particularly long and detailed!
Five new words and three addendums
Simguinus has been contributing again, this time with definitions for five new Warhammer cities and some alterations to existing definitions in the Encyclopedia of Games Workshop.
The new definitions are: