• Spitfyre

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    Spitfyre: Aerial Combat in the skies of Panzerfäuste!

    Orc Dragons and Dwarf War-Eagles take the war to the skies in this game of aerial combat set in the world of Panzerfäuste. Welcome to The Land and the world of Spitfyre, our exciting game of aerial warfare in a fantasy world. Enter a world where Dwarves and Orcs fly giant creatures and arm them with bombs and machine guns to continue their millennia long struggles... Come fight in the skies of Spitfyre and see if you can reign supreme over The Land!

    Spitfyre is a fun 'Historo-Fantasy' miniature aerial wargame in which 10mm scale miniatures are used to depict the everyday struggles of standard fantasy races such as Orcs and Dwarves fight out battles with 20th century weaponry.

    Website: https://www.hystericalgames.co.uk/shop

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  • Stand Alone Games


    Stand Alone Games

    Orcs in the Webbe started out as an online repository of scenarios and rulesets for Alternative Armies' blackpowder skirmish game, Flintloque. However, over the years several people, most notably games designer Matthew Hartley, have created fully developed stand alone games exclusively for publication on OITW.

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  • Tales from the White Liar Tavern


    Tales from the White Liar

    The concept of a White Liar Tale is a familiar one being applied to the Flintloque universe. Short stories set in Valon using the framing sequnce of stopping by at an Albion pub and telling a story. The White Liar Tales were originally found on Alternative Armies' content portal Barking Irons but as that site has sadly passed into the West all of the previous Tales can now be found on Orcs in the Webbe.

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  • Tankard Tales


    Tankard Tales

    Orcs in the Webbe is proud to host a number of what would be traditionally known as columns (but these days are probably better known as blog entries) by guest authors who are in some way linked to the content and themes found throughout the pages of OITW.

    One of these columns is Tankard Tales, in which the prolific games creator Matthew Hartley gives us glimpses into what he is working on at the moment along with other insights from his world. The column began back in January of 2009 and ran through to 2012. Now in 2014, the tenth anniversary year of Orcs in the Webbe, Matthew's exclusive column has returned.

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