The Orcs in the Webbe 2016 Funding Drive

I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year! I had a blast organizing, editing and uploading the 2015 Advent Calendar and I agree with many of you that it was indeed one of the best of the last eight years!

I've been running Orcs in the Webbe now for just over eleven years and since it's inception back in 2004 it has been maintained and updated by just me. Since I upgraded the site to Version 7 back in 2013 the site costs me a little under £100 a year to run (you can see a history of Orcs in the Webbe's development at the end of this message).

So the time has come to do my first funding drive. Just like BoardGameGeek, Wikipedia and many other sites, I ask if you get enjoyment out of the site during the year, even if it's just the twenty-four new pieces of content in the calendar just click on the paypal button below and donate. You could even set up a recurring subscription to continue supporting OITW throughout the year,

A single branded coffee costs around £2 to £3, a pint anywhere from £2 to £5 depending on location, a wargames magazine with 12-18 articles costs around £5.

I've got some great things planned for this year including a cracking new way to play Flintloque, continued support for Panzerfäuste, the 2016 Advent Calendar and much much more. Click on the button below to donate to Orcs in the Webbe via Paypal.

Help Keep the Flag Flying!

Craig Andrews,
January 2016


Orcs in the Webbe is, in the main, a collection of articles for a selection of much beloved and respected wargame rules including
(but in no way limited to...)

          flintloque-logo-304x90      panzerfauste-logo-304x90     pax-boche-logo-304x90     shadowrun-1989-logo-304x136           

(and perhaps one or two other more unexpected diversions)

Simply click on a logo above to view that games page here on Orcs in the Webbe. - Craig, Editor


Most recently updated with...


"Glimpses of Valon 2011"

Flintloque Artwork by Pete Barfield


Pete Barfield has once again created some amazing pictures to take our minds far away to the distant lands of Valon. This year he has turned his talents towards the Windy Isles with illustrations of two characters from the popular Dreadloque setting.






Webmaster's Notes

An Orcs in the Webbe Exclusive! The above illustrations were created for Orcs in the Webbe's 2010 Countdown to Christmas Advent Calendar and were first published on Sunday 4th December 2011.