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Heresy - Announcements/News / ProCreate back in stock this week!
« on: January 28, 2012, 10:37:12 AM »
I notice from the tracking updates that the ProCreate putty I've been waiting for from the USA has now cleared Customs so I expect it to be delivered next week.

Sorry about the wait for it to come back in stock! But at last it's back on the site if anyone needs some...


Has anyone who does NOT live in the UK, particularly in the USA, experienced the following problem or similar whilst trying to buy stuff:

1) You are logged in, and your address details are correct, ie your country is the USA
2) You add something to the cart, then try to checkout
3) When presented with the shipping options, you are a) only given options for the UK and b) you can't even choose any of those options!

Have had a customer suffering from this and I can't work out why. Even tried to make a new account with his address and got the same problem myself! Am trying to get help on the Zen Cart forums but meanwhile would like to know if it is afflicting anyone else...

As of this moment, it is officially Christmas holidays time, so I'm off home to drink solidly for the next three days. No orders will be shipped out from now until the 10th of January when we return!

Meanwhile, we are running a massive SALE, with between 10% and 40% off all the miniatures except the Dragon, if I've worked it out correctly, so now is the time to get those orders in! Apparently GW are relaunching the Vampire Counts in the New Year and you all need ghouls? So I'm told.

As well as being away from the cold, windowless unit for two weeks (well, most of two weeks, no doubt I'll have to come in for various reasons) I'm gong to try to be offline a bit too, so I'd appreciate it if you can not only spread the word of the sale to any of your firends who might fancy a figure or two, but also watch out for that annoying troll who's popped up around the place recently on Frothers, Coolminiornot, TGN, etc who seems to be so outraged that people are waiting patiently for their Dragons instead of suing Heresy that he/she's decided to heavily slag us off at random moments, calling me personally a conman and thief, accusing us of poor service, crappy casting, etc, etc. once this person learns I'm away for a bit, no doubt they'll start up again, so be dears and correct them when /if they do!

I must say, I'm really looking forward to this two weeks off - been one hell of a tough year and I need some R+R desperately. Got some ideas to play with whilst I'm off that I've been wanting to fiddle about with for ages as well as lots of sculpting to try and catch up on!

Thanks to all of you for our support over the last 12 months, next year is the 10th anniversary of the day that Heresy Miniatures opened for trade, so I'm really hoping we can pick ourselves up and break the back of this saga in 2012 with new figures and some mad ideas that might just work this time around. If the sale goes well I can buy a new mould tin to speed up the Dragon production, so fingers crossed!

A Merry Christmas to you all, and a happy New Year to boot!

Mine's a pint of Disaronno over ice and 2 months free movies on Sky!


General Ranting / Christmas Recipe: Flourless chocolate cake.
« on: December 21, 2011, 11:38:48 AM »
Surprisingly Tasty, Easy, Gluten-free Flourless Chocolate Cake recipe:


300g plain chocolate, chopped (Swap out 100g to 150 g for milk chocolate if you prefer a less dark chocolatey taste, note for UK Cadbury's Dairy Milk - the big bar - is technically NOT gluten-free). I use the LINDT 75% cocoa or 85% cocoa chocolate. Quite bitter but tasty.
2 tins chickpeas, rinsed and drained. organic ones are best, hippies. This is about 480 grams of chick peas
4 eggs - I'd say large. Free-range, mothercluckers!
Vanilla Extract, or two vanilla pods, (seeds of).
Glycerine - NOT Nitro Glycerine - IMPORTANT! Can be found in the baking aisle at the supermarket. Along with the vanilla extract and the baking powder. Little squeezy bottle like a Vallejo paint bottle but clear.
150g caster sugar
3/4 teaspoon gluten free baking powder. Dr Oetker does some.
1 tablespoon of sunflower, vegetable, walnut or hazelnut oil. Whatever you've got that tastes of nothing or nuts.  probably not Sesame oil though.
100g chopped hazelnuts if you like hazelnuts. If you don't like hazelnuts, throw them in the bin. Why did you buy Hazelnuts, anyway? Duh.


Why is this easy? There's cock-all work involved, is why, it's all done in a food processor.
Decide if you want a big cake, or cute little muffins. Grease up a tin, and then some greaseproof paper, or use the silicone things they have these days which is much easier. They do great packs of 12 individual silicone muffin cups, for instance. You'll need a couple of packs of those for this recipe. or you could do 12 massive ones, I guess. or one 23cm cake mould. What am I, your God? Decide for yourself!

0) put oven onto 160C fan, 180C no-fan, Gas Mark whatever the hell that is. 4, apparently. Don't ask me about Fahrenheit, that's so last century. Cavemen, the lot of you.
1) Slowly melt all chocolate in a bowl over another bowl of some just- simmering water, stirring occasionally. Or do it in the microwave for a couple of minutes but stir every 30 seconds to avoid burning chocolate. Easiest with the bowl thing, as you can get on with the other bits in the meantime. Takes longer, but relax, now is the time to drink that glass of booze.
2) put the chickpeas in a food processor and whazz for a minute or more until smooth. IF you have drunk the booze already, avoid sticking your fingers in whilst this is happening.
3) Add four eggs to this, and two or three caps of the vanilla extract, or vanilla pod seeds. And a splash of the oil, not too much, just a spoonful for moisture later. Blend until thoroughly blended in. If you are also throughly blended at this point, try not to sniff this mixture, as it now smells like farts and you will not finish the recipe.
4) Add the caster sugar and baking powder to the mixture and give it a damn good squeeze of glycerine - I'd guess about two or three teaspoons, about three seconds or so of squeezing, three full loops of the processor jug. Glycerine helps keep the cake softer and fresher for longer. This increases your sense of smug self-satisfaction when forcing it down your guests neckholes.
5) pulse until this is all mixed in. By now the chocolate should be melted and you'll be on the next bottle, you drunk.
6) pour the melted chocolate into the processor jugbowlthing, and whazz it until blended in. Do it a bit longer than you think  it needs as there will be a bit at the bottom that stays unmixed for no reason. You will notice the mixture no longer smells entirely of farts. More like chocolate. With a hint of fart. The fart is evaporated in the cooking. FEAR NOT.
7) pour mixture into your chosen receptacle. Cake tin - just get it in there, smooth it down a bit. Muffin cups - half to two-thirds fill each cup.
8 ) Sprinkle hazelnuts onto top, push in a bit with a spoon. Use smarties or something if you prefer, Or nothing. I don't care. Smarties might melt, i guess.
9) Bake for about 40 minutes. Slightly shorter for muffins.
10) Do icing and stuff if you like that sort of thing. Bound to be some good icing tips out there. personally, I'd eat it with either whipped cream, or good ice-cream, or custard.  I CANNOT MAKE THIS DECISION FOR YOU.

You will find this is a really pretty good cake and that you can't work out why it doesn't taste like chickpeas. Nobody will know if you don't tell them.

This topic has been moved to Random Chat. On account of it not needing to be a sneak peek anymore, since, you know, it's sorta out now.

Random Chat / Spincasting resin- what's the worst thing about it?
« on: December 14, 2011, 10:00:28 AM »
OK, keep it under control, no flaming GW here, I'm just interested in the number one issues with Finecast-style spincast resin as it's something I'm going to have to try to learn how to do successfully in order to get these dragons out.

So, here are the issues i'm aware of, excluding price as that doesn't come into it.
1) Airbubbles (and miscasts due to trapped air)
2) ripped out chunks of mould (GW were using the softer silicon moulds, I'm going to be using something with higher tear strength but which will still not be as good as black rubber in my opinion based on previous experience.Same moulds that WG may be switching to)
3) Mould slip?
4) Extreme amounts of spare venting, flash, etc.

Are these the main issues or is there something else plaguing those finecast things?

I'm not interested in scathing opinions of GW policy etc, I just want cold hard technical assessments of the castings that have been produced as spincast resin so I can be very much aware of what to look out for and try to eliminate it from the outset.

Had a question from someone which I tried to reply to but unfortunately my email doesn't seem to want to be delivered to his email. No idea why, it's also been happening with Steve at Fantization.

Anyway, if you want to buy something on behalf of a friend, and they live somewhere else, all you need to do is add your friends' address to your own Address Book in your customer account, making sure you get all the details right especially if they live in a different country with funny zipcodes or symbols in the address. Then, when you order, you should be able to choose the preferred address as the shipping address easily during the checkout process.

Best to pay for extra shipping methods if that country has traditionally got a dodgy postal service, I'd suggest...


Sneak Peeks / WIP Troopers and Roman bloke
« on: December 12, 2011, 05:01:03 PM »

Ideas for New Heresy Models / Future Enemy for the Troopers
« on: December 07, 2011, 12:37:36 PM »
I'm running this on Facebook too but since a lot of the FOD are Luddite when it comes to the whole social network thing I'll ask it on here as well!

I'll be expanding the Troopers over the next few years - more units, squad types, heavy weapons, vehicles, etc, etc but which Enemy force should be developed to go against them in the eventual wargame (Tentatively thought of as being called Us Vs Them at the moment but could be more poetic by the time anything gets written)?

Machine Intelligence is crushing the choices at the moment on FB.

Heresy - Announcements/News / ltd amount of Fallen Santa
« on: December 01, 2011, 10:32:45 AM »

People have been asking about this model, which I sculpted a few years ago now; due to it's massive weight and it being such an Eater of Moulds we stopped selling it, however, being as it's christmas and Craig found 9 of them in blisters on the trade show stock racks, I've put them up on the cart.

Once they're gone, they're gone, MacReady!

Good for Mordheim, etc, I'd say, thanks to the alt head.

General Ranting / If you suddenly find your account has been deleted...
« on: November 28, 2011, 11:18:17 AM »
Apologies if you try to log in and find your account is missing - I set the board to remove all accounts where the user had not logged in in over 600 days. So it seems unlikely that anyone affected will read this but there were a few names in there that I recognised, just glancing through the admin moderation log. It removed about 2,000 member accounts.

You will need to make a new account. Please accept my sincere apologies for the inconvenience but it's your own fault for never logging in!  :shrug:

General Ranting / Pruning the boards!
« on: November 24, 2011, 10:28:42 PM »
The database for the FOD is MASSIVE! Like, 3gb of massive. I've been downloading a backup for half an hour now and no signs of it stopping yet. (MY internet connection is only 146kb though). In fact , I had to abandon it cos it was killing the site for some reason, unless that was just coincidence - soon as i cancelled the download, the site popped back into my browser.

This is because we have kept all the old threads etc. To combat this, there will be a pruning of all threads that have gone unposted in beyond 'x' months. Not sure how long yet, my natural hoarding instincts are making me weep at the prospect, but if there was something you wanted to keep, then make sure you save any pictures etc now, or post in that old thread to reactivate it.

Heresy - Announcements/News / Did You Know...?
« on: November 22, 2011, 11:18:12 AM »
...that you can leave reviews of any of the items Heresy sells on the website?

Just log in to your customer account, and then click the (currently rather bland) little icon that says 'Write A Review' on any of the product pages and you can give a five star rating and leave a comment, which might help other people decide to buy something and thus help Heresy out.

I get to approve all reviews so obviously I'm not going to let the ones saying 'this is one of the top 25 worst figures ever made ever'  :erm:  go on there, since they're clearly wrong, and I am trying to SELL the figures etc in question but all fair comments will be approved, promise

What's the deal with stripes and other insignia denoting rank in modern armies? Are they displayed or does it make officers, NCOs etc sniper-fodder and therefore avoided? Need to know if I should sculpt stripes on a trooper sergeant, for instance or if that should be left to the painter.

Also, the British Army allows a Sgt to have a Moustache, is that correct?

Heresy - Announcements/News / New stuff! More Trenchies, Goblin Casualty...
« on: November 05, 2011, 04:04:19 PM »

That there linky should take you to the page with all the new figures on to pre-order! Should be ready by 22nd November if i can raise enough funds to buy some metal before then...
Five new Trenchoat types (two of them conversions of Slick but hey, they count)
Be much appreciated if you could purchase them if you fancy them, I needs the money to pay off the credit card asap!  :D :roll:

(This probably is the last of the trenchcoat types for now, just been dying to do the gunslinger and the swordy type for a while and the plasma cannon was too good a gag to miss back to troopers for a bit)

Heresy - Announcements/News / Need painted pictures of stuff!
« on: July 26, 2011, 11:17:44 AM »
Now that the new shopping cart is in place, I can easily add pictures. But I need some!

If you have any photos of painted figures that i can nick for the site, please let me know! Particularly the old spyglass/eolith stuff, but any Heresy stuff as well that i haven't already got on the site.

Ta muchly


Heresy - Announcements/News / Use it or lose it. Heresy's future...
« on: July 07, 2011, 10:07:59 AM »
The good news - there was no Corporation Tax for Heresy to pay for the 2009/2010 financial year. The bad news - this is because we didn't make ANY PROFIT.

Now, as much of a relief in the short term as not having to pay tax is, it is bad news. This business cannot continue without profit. So literally, either people need to buy things, or that's it. Done. Finished. Kaput. I'm well aware that I need to release more models, but without money to pay sculptors or Craig's wages, that isn't going to happen because I end up doing all the menial work myself. As it is, i have to do all the remoulding, casting of masters and even casting of some figures that Craig just can't seem to get out of the moulds without them being all shiney and horrible. I also have to answer emails and do all the admin stuff and this means less and less actual proper time (and just as important, less motivation) to just sit and sculpt. It's a vicious circle. I haven't touched a sculpting tool since before a few weeks before Salute. Lack of enthusaism partly. I am burnt out from almost ten years of non-stop effort and hand-to-mouth living regarding Heresy.

So, a 'heads up'. Use it or lose it.

Diorama of Doom 2009 (DOD IV) / DOD IV Contest Winners!
« on: December 03, 2009, 10:21:01 AM »
OK, following extensive arguments and then eventually making you lot choose the fairest means of deciding the winner - you went with 'On Points' but only by one vote - we can now announce the winners of the Diorama of Doom Contest 2009.

In reverse order:
Runner Up - Winner of  consolation Nice Hat: Vampifan's "Behold I summon my Zombieeeeek!"
Vampirella brings a zombie summoning ritual by the Chaos Demoness, Echo to an abrupt halt by cutting off Echo's head!

Here's a close up of Vampirella holding the decapitated head of Echo the Demoness.

3rd place, and winner of not only a nice hat but a T-Shirt as well (let me know the size, Matt); Gi6ers: Zombie Surfers against radioactive sewage..

In 2nd place, just missing out on first because you lot voted for points instead of votes., and wining a Hat and T-Shirt and a Hooded Sweatshirt... Brandlin with 'Do You Think He'll notice?'

Our scene here shows Bob and Dave from Bob and Dave line Marking Limited, discussing the latest cock-up of the younger partner Dave and wondering just how long it might be before the 'copter pilot notices the newly applied yellow line over the nose of his prized flying machine.

Luck it seems, is on Bob and Dave's side for a while as Squadron Leader Gaffer seems to be somewhat distracted at the moment. Having paid his 10 he is idling away a relaxing few minutes with his cup of char while watching an employee of the Megan Fox hand car wash emporium going about her business!

And thus in first place, winning another Hat-Tshirt-Hoodie combo plus a mystery prize (TBA when I find a good one)

Avicenna's 'Sabotage!'
This is my DoD for 2009 - a trenchcoated gang break into a military installation to destroy the alien weapon that has been discovered

Congratulations to all the entrants but mainly to the winners!  :lol:

It was a tough call and had the FOD vote swung one point the other way, the results would have been different for first and second, that's how close it was!

I haven't got time at the moment to type out my thoughts on each entry (due to mad rush with casting orders and having to do my business accounts) but will try to do so in the next week or two if you remind me!


DOD IV (2009) Finished Entries! / Who should win?
« on: November 23, 2009, 12:26:37 PM »
OK, the judges have made their calls. Here's the scores:

3 of the judges have gone for :
1st Entry A
2nd Entry B
3rd Entry C

2 of the judges have gone for
1st Entry B
2nd Entry D
3rd Entry A

Now, if you go by positional votes, then Entry A has the most #1's and should be placed first, Entry B would come second, Entry D thrid and entry C would be just knocked out of the top 3.

If you go by a points system, allowing 3 points for a 1st, 2 for a second and 1 for a third, then Entry A scores 11 pts, Entry B scores 12, Entry C scores 3 pts and Entry D gets 4 pts so it would be 1st=B 2nd=A 3rd=D

Which is the fairest way, in the opinon of the FOD, of saying who wins the Diorama of Doom contest 2009?

You will decide the outcome!

And I remind you A, B, C, etc are not abbreviations. ;)

Voting ends Thursday!

Do like what I said in that there title, in this board, but not this thread!

For the thread title for your piece, use the title of your diorama eg:

"What the hell was that noise?"

No need to put username as that will be under thread starter ;)

You need to put as many nice pictures of your entry in the first post as you can so that the judges don't have to fish through the whole thread and skip over the replies to see details etc. You can host pics wherever you like.

If you don't want to, or don't know how to get pics hosted, you can email them to at least one of the judges, but it's far beter fi you use a free hosting service and just link to the pics, rather than emailing them and running the risk of being deleted by anti-spam programs.

Heresy - Announcements/News / Twitter
« on: April 13, 2009, 11:46:12 PM »
I set up a Twitter account a week or two ago, but have never updated it. Today, two separate people apparently found me and started to follow me online, so now I feel obliged to update it with mundane crap. I think I'll mainly use it to bitch about non-Heresy things such as baking or growing fruit, in fact mainly food-related, but I'll stick the occasional whinge about sculpting on there too. Now Craig is gone I have no-one to talk to about it.  :hmmm

If anyone is interested (Why would you be? :scratchhead:) you can find me on

Random Chat / Heresy Dragon Big Thread Of Doom
« on: January 19, 2009, 08:24:24 PM »

There are big pics on the page they all link to. This is very much WIP, I have to stress, but it is #1 on my list as it's the best chance I have of getting some instant cash to pay my huge, whopping tax bill with. I can't overstate the importance of you finding your dragon-loving friend and asking them to pay me some money towards this bad boy.
I hope to finish it by April, indeed by Salute at the end of March I should like to at least have the finished dragon in the cabinet if not any resin copies to sell, but it could take longer, it all depends on how much casting i have to do between now and then, if I have to sell the house to pay bills, etc, etc. So if you all can spare 30 (or more ;) ) now, then i can stand a good chance of paying off my tax bill sooner rather than later.

Info from the page:

You don't want to know how long it takes to do small area of scales, or how hard they are to do well.

This Dragon is not finished yet, it's still at the 'staring and thinking how to improve it' stage. The photos don't capture it at all. If you want really big photos, right click the links below the pics and 'Save Target As' ...

Next time, texture roller and a more elephant like skin, I swear...I am currently aiming for something slightly crocodilian, slightly snake ish, slightly fantasy-ish. Basically something that is unique to a dragon. I've also built up the shoulders so that they look more realistically capable of powering those wings than the standard 'stick the wings on the body somewhere' approach seen in other dragons.

Note: there are weeks of work left in this, just on getting the scales right, never mind the wings. I'm hoping against hope to get it done by Salute at the end of March this year, but it depends how much of my time is spent casting stuff to fill the drawers prior to that and the Hammerhead show mid feb.

This model represents my best shot at even paying half my tax this year. This version will also be a limited edition, I think. I don't know how much the final thing will cost other than it should hopefully be less than 100. (But I've seen other resin models of similar size go for more than that) I know it will be at least 60.

If you wish to pay a deposit on this dragon to reserve one or more for yourself then please either Paypal me 30 to (Choose 'Send Money' from your Paypal account homepage, then choose 'Personal Payments' then 'Money Owed', then enter that email address as the address to send money to, make the subject title Dragon Deposit) Or you can use the regular shopping basket by going to the dragon's wip page on the main Heresy site. You can pay more than 30 if you wish to. It would certainly help me out with my tax bill.

Diorama of Doom 2008 Finished Entries / And the winners are...
« on: November 18, 2008, 12:34:26 AM »
Firstly, well done to everyone who entered a finished piece for the contest. Some extremely good entries this year - some of them not quite there on the painting or perhaps on the composition compared to the winners, but each and every entry had somethign that made it stand out from the crowd and give us pause for thought. The winning entries were the ones that were a combination of story, composition, painting and all-round cleverclogsishness. We had a hard choice, but, like the judges on last saturday's Strictly Come Dancing, choose we did. And bickered a bit, but we choosed.

The top two perhaps aren't that surprising, reflecting the poll on the FOD:

In first place, with votes consisting of three 1st, two 2nd, and one joint 1st (one of the judges wimped out and refused to call between them)

Toosh with Mystery at Dod's Mansion  :notworthy:  :applause:


For me, it was the uniqueness of the piece that won it first place - I have literally not seen this trick performed so well, telling four parallel and linked tales in one small base. It was the little details that really swung it, like the Scooby Snacks poster, but my favourite bit is the Chef coming through the wall, Ghostbusters style, and the classic Scooby Doo gag of the hidden library door and the monster reaching out. The only problem the judges had was that Scooby should have been in the same room as Shaggy, and it would have been nice to see him. And the cat seemed a bit out of place, but not enough to spoil the overall thang.

In second place, inevitably, is:

Avicenna's "Day of the DOD" with votes from the judges as 1x 1st, 3 x 2nd, 1 x 3rd and a joint 1st




Oodles of atmosphere and painting, lovely scenery, great detail. For me it was a very tough choice but like I said, the originality of Toosh's piece just edged out on the atmosphere of this one. Loved it a lot. Posters are brilliant, you can tell what's about to happen with the zombies, excellent choice of minis in terms of interaction and emotion and there's a lovely flow as you move around the scene and see the different events about to transpire.

IN third place, with votes of 1x 1st and 3 x3rd, is:
"It's Behind Me, Isn't It?" By Dragon

It was a very close run thing between this scene and fourth place (ie Commended) scene; this one won out on sheer amount of work gone into it. There are a few bits that could be tightened up for next year, Dragon - get the minis to be looking at each other more, cut down on the huge space and watch out for some plotholes - why hasn't the scientist chap spotted the enormous great big creature in the corner? What is he actually looking at. BUt you can't go wrong with an alien in a jar, particularly liking the hand against the glass there and the signs and stuff are awesome. Not sure about the spoyglass zombie halfling - Seems out of place and stuck there for qualifying purposes rather than being part of the story, but the votes were in your favour  over:

Commended - (winning a prize of some free figure action in the form of 5.00 credit from each FOD company)

'Am I interrupting?'

Just lost out on the top three - garnered 2x 3rd and 1 x 4th - we loved the lurker gag but felt that it was a bit too strange that Harby had wandered into the room and was wandering off past the ghoul without interacting in some way; yet the main villains still hadn't managed to stop freeing in shock to the door slamming open. A little more composition next time and try to get the figures looking at each other in a confrontation for best effect!

Special Award for Most Outstanding Use Of Blu-Tac to Ruin the Overall Effect
Grekwood's Stargate Diorama
I lurve the conversions here, get practising your painting a little bit more for next year  and don't use blutac, you silly fool!  :blink: A proper diorama is a thing of beauty and not of gaming, so sacrifice the scenery and devote it to your display area for all time! You win a free 3.00 fig from me in your next order for your efforts...!

I'd also like to give an honourable mention to TwoGunBob's entry, 'Mining Dispute on Antares Seven' which I thought a heroic effort in terms of mad story, let down only by the painting and some confusion about where the engines were - I chose to think of it as being a tiny section fo the ship magnified, rather then the actual size that the exeterior implied. Hilarious stuff, and the spaceship is to die for! You get a free 3.00 fig from me in your next order too!

The diorama of Sycophancy contest is a bit of an odd one - We give prizes to our favourite entries per Judge, normally to entries featuring our own figures, so for me the winner of the only two (non-Heresy) entries was Lost Boy's 'Contact in Secto-': Beautiful composition and painting but the story nailed me to the wall - a perfect example of the freeze frame I was striving to describe in the rules. If only he'd used figures from three companies on there somehow, it might have been my #1 overall winner, but as it is, only HF figs on there, so instead you get a free 3.00 fig in your next order and hearty congratulations/kudos. Briliant diorama, just brilliant. Wish I knew how you could paint so messily and yet so elegantly at the same time, the depth of colour is incredible, and I love that you decorated the back of the diorama as much as the front. 10/10!

We, the judges, do think that since Avicenna and Toosh have come 1st and 2nd two years running, it might be nice for them to Judge next year's main event (the DOD category  rather than be in it, but it seems somewhat harsh to handicap them on the basis of everyone else being put off entering. It is a contest after all. However, if either or both of them feel like accepting this position, we would be honoured...

Hopefully other judges will lend their comments, I'm off to bed. Congratulations to everyone who entered and even if you didn't win nuffink, I hope you got a lot out of it!

Here are all the entrants in one place for the DOD main category...

Bit of a zombie theme this year!

Time to choose our winners. The judges will decide their favourites, but just for fun, you can put yourself in our place and pick the best one.

This won't influence how we vote. But it does give you a very good idea of how tough a choice we face: You only get one vote!

Votes will be shown in 7 days time...

Good luck!


PS Don't vote for yourself, that's sad!

Rob Bresnen's "I'll have the blue one..."

"It's Behind Me, Isn't It?" By Dragon

TwoGunBob's "Mining Dispute on Antares Seven"

Caerban's "Are We Interrupting Anything?"

Reaperman's "Hidden Enemy"

Dolmot's entry. No title.

Craig's Girlfriend Suzi's "Hamlet in Hell"

Mystery at Dods Mansion


Day of the Dead D.O.D.




Alrith's "Grave Danger"

Grekwood's "Stargate DOD"

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