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Welcome to Goldmunds Welt!

Hi All, welcome to my hobby blog! This will be the place where I´m going to post all tabletop related stuff which I love to spend my time with - like plenty of painted and converted miniatures, battle reports and analyses round off our loved hobby. At the moment I´m mostly into Warhammer Fantasy and Infinity but in the future there will definitely be more systems…just because I´m addicted to this hobby. To document my progress and thoughts regarding tabletop I started this blog. Of course, also to share my miniatures and passion with the hobby with you guys!

To give you an insight to Goldmunds Welt feel free to check out my FlickR-albums. There you will find a wide variety of painted miniatures of my Infinity army the Combined Army and of my Warhammer multi-army of Wood Elves and High Elves:

My Warhammer battle reports – recorded in German language – you find as follows:


Servus und Willkommen auf meinem Blog und in meiner Hobbywelt! Hier wird der interessierte Nerd von nun an viele Bilder, Schlachtberichte und Analysen rund um´s Thema Tabletop finden. Zurzeit beschäftige ich mich mehrheitlich mit Warhammer Fantasy und Infinity.

Auch wenn meine verfügbare Hobbyzeit etwas eingeschränkt ist, gibt es doch nichts Schöneres als sich in unserer Freizeit mit kleinen Püppchen zu beschäftigen! Ob man nun Turniere besucht, Figuren bemalt, im Netz nach Hobby-Content Ausschau hält, sich mit dem Hintergrund beschäftigt oder über neue Strategien und Listen nachdenkt – es macht einfach einen Riesenspaß! Dies ist auch der Grund, weshalb ich mich entschlossen habe, diesen Blog ins Leben zu rufen.

Um euch schon einmal einen kleinen Überblick über meine Miniaturenwelt zu geben, könnt ihr euch gerne mein FlickR-Album anschauen. Dort finden sich viele Bilder meiner Infinity Combined Army und meiner Warhammer Multiarmee aus Waldelfen und Hochelfen:

Wer auf Warhammer Schlachtberichte steht, der möge sich meinen YouTube Channel zu Gemüte führen:



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