• Andy Hoare


    Andy Hoare

    Andy Hoare is a game designer and a novelist of science fiction and fantasy. He has published works with Games Workshop, Black Library and Fantasy Flight Games to name but a few.

    Tag Type: Author
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  • Arry Flassz-Orc


    Arry Flassz-Orc

    An illustrious soldier in Kyng Gorge's Army of Albion, Flassz-Orc has experienced many adventures. A great soldier despite (or as some say because of) his true nature of being a scoundrel, a liar, a cheat, a thief and a coward. An antihero who often runs from danger and who, through a combination of luck and cunning, usually returns to Londinium acclaimed as a hero.

    Tag Type: Character
    Point of View: Valon

  • Austin Powys


    Austin Powys

    Austin Powys, International Hobgoblin of Mystery, is one of Albion's finest secret agents in the Wars against Mordred and the Dark Czar. Suave and sophisticated he can usually be found with a special Yew Branch gadget in one hand and an unlikely named female companion in the other.

    Tag Type: Character
    Point of View: Valon

    Austin Powys was created by CJ Hooper

  • Barking Irons


    Barking Irons Online

    Barking Irons Online was Alternative Armies' official content portal based on it's short lived printed magazine, Barking Irons. Launched on the 8th April 2011 it featured digital versions of the articles from the magazine as well as all of the entries from AA's news blog. At the helm was Orcs in the Webbe's own commander in chief Craig Andrews. Sadly due a fall in submissions and AA's shift to blog based websites it ceased to be on 6th November 2013. However BIO's Flintloque, Erin and Typhon content lives on right here on Orcs in the Webbe.

    Below is the original introductory blurb:

    Welcome to Barking Irons Online, the dapper gaming portal which aims to amuse and entertain the better sort of miniature wargame players. Barking Irons is backed by Alternative Armies and by 15mm.co.uk to give players of their own game systems material to further their own playing at home and at their local gaming club. This magazine tries to give you a damn good read that will make you come back again and again to it.

    Tag Type: Article Type 
    Point of View: Real World