• Gavin Syme

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    Gavin Syme

    Gavin Syme is the creative manager of Alternative Armies and 15mm.co.uk and is the chap solely responsible for the official ongoing development of the World of Valon. He has also designed a good number of game systems including Flintloque 3rd Edition, MOTH, USE ME and Firefight 2.0, some on his own and some with talented fellows like Alex Draper, Bob Minadeo, Mike White, Steve Hazuka and Alex Self.

    Website: http://www.gavinsyme.co.uk/

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  • Gobliana Joonz

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    Gobliana Joonz

    Always seeking things to sell, melt down or sleep with (or some combination thereof), the famed East Valonian Orc adventurer often finds himself in a variety of exotic locales throughout Valon with little to no official knowledge or support, thwarting the plans of Mordred's archaeologists and, on occasion, saving the world.

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  • Gravinski Reanimator

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    Gravinski Reanimator

    This device and its operators gave rise to real fear in the enemies of the Dark Czar for it is the Graviski Re-animator that creates new Undead from the broken bodies of fallen mortal soldiers.

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    [Full rules for the Gravinski Reanimator Flintloque 3rd Edition can be found in the Alternative Armies Rulebook, Death in the Snow, p.80 - Craig]

  • Helena Nash

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    Helena Nash

    Helena Nash has been wargaming since playing Bloodbath At Orc's Drift in 1985 with brother Morgan, resulting in a technical win for the orcs on points (Go Bagrash!). She writes 7TV for Crooked Dice Games Design Studio and occasional articles for Miniature Wargames magazine.

    The full breadth and shallowness of her talents can be viewed on her blog, the Chocolate Ocelot's Pouch. You can read Helena's blog here.

    She lives in Hertfordshire with a physiotherapist and a snake.

     

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