For everything to do with Forgeworld and the Horus Heresy. This includes 30k and 30k vs 40k battle reports; army list feedback and reviews; pictures of legion, mechanicum, and other 30k models; painting and modelling, and horus heresy novels and lore discussion.
This subreddit is for the discussion of competitive play, national, regional and local meta, news and events surrounding the competitive scene, and for workshopping lists and tactics in the various games that fall under the Warhammer catalogue.
A place to share ideas and techniques for painting and converting miniatures. It's also a showcase of the stuff you're really proud of. Mark scantily clad or nude mini's as NSFW. No Memes. Please observe proper reddiquette, have fun and keep your brushes damp.
Please come join the Adeptus Mechanicus subreddit! It is here that you'll find other fellow fans that have as much love for this particular faction in Warhammer 40k and where you are welcome to make new and awesome friends! So what can you do here exactly? Well you can take part in group discussions with other great people as well as post your own findings regarding both the Adeptus Mechanicus and the Skitarii factions in Warhammer 40k.
Warhammer still lives! We here at Warhammer Fantasy keep the game alive. Come, join us and relive an Age of War unending. As well, take a look at Warhammer: Age of Blood and decide the fate of the Old World with your own Armies!
Welcome to the Eldar Subreddit, the premier place on Reddit to discuss Eldar, Dark Eldar and Harlequins for Warhammer 40,000! Feel free to share your army lists, strategies, pictures, fluff and fan-fic, or ask questions or for the assistance of your fellow Eldar!
Infinity is a game with 28mm high metal miniatures that simulates combat and special operations in a science fiction environment with Manga aesthetics. Infinity miniatures are characterized by the high quality and detail of their modeling, the dynamism of their postures and their futuristic aesthetic. This subreddit is for all things Infinity. From the game itself, it's rules and fluff, to painting the minis, making terrain, finding or organizing battles and so on.
Reddit's home for the Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game, by Games Workshop.