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Miniature Wargames is looking for Community Submissions

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Following on from yesterday’s post, we here at Miniature Wargames have an important announcement. As the gigantic cogs of our intricately laid plans for world domination move slowly but inexorably into place, we now wish to unveil – with much sinister chuckling and twiddling of moustaches – the next phase of our fiendish plot. That’s right; we’re now looking for community submissions!!! Mwha ha ha ha ha!

One of the things we’re really trying to do is get you guys more involved with the magazine, and to try and make our social media space a real community for hobbyists. Well, ok, that’s two things, but never mind; the point is that if you’ve got anything hobby-related you’d like to share, we’d love to see it! Whether it’s a WIP, painted miniatures, terrain, a game-in-progress, conversion, or anything else it’s all good. Just send it along to Miniature Wargames’ resident online type-monkey (who happens to be writing this right now, in fact) and we’ll put it up on our social media. Alternatively, if there’s some wargaming-related advice you want to share with fellow hobbyists – a painting tutorial, scenery how-to, etc – then we’d also be more than happy to spread the good word.

Whatever you’ve got, feel free to ping an email over to the aforementioned type-monkey at james.dyson@warnersgroup.co.uk. In the meantime, good luck with the dice rolls!

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