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Donation from Aradi GáborChaos Dwarves from Games Workshop, from the Warhammer range

Aradi Gábor gave the Nexus Club a nice scratch-built hut, and some Games Workshop miniatures from his collection. The Skaven ratman and the Chaos Dwarves from the Warhammer range will be a nice addition to our growing armies! The Skaven are older sculpts, a lot more cute than the recent, vile ones, so they can be used as humanoid mice too, for more child-friendly games. The miniatures came painted, and they look lovely! Thank you very much, we will put them to good use!

Donation from Aradi GáborSkaven characters

Donation from Aradi GáborSkaven Stormvermin (back) and Skaven Slingers (front)

Donation from Aradi GáborScratch-built hut

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Donation from Aradi GáborMiniatures from Games Workshop

Aradi Gábor gave the Nexus Club some Games Workshop miniatures from his collection (Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer, The Lord of the Rings (Games Workshop v2)). The miniatures came painted, and they look lovely! Thank you very much, we will put them to good use!

Donation from Aradi Gábor

 

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Donation from the Victory Makett shop

The Victory Makett (Victory Makett webstore) modelling shop donated this lovely set of Space Marine for the Nexus Club. We express our gratitude to Sándor Borsi, who offered these miniatures from his own collection for the use of the community of our club. The needs of the Imperial players will be satisfied for a long time!

Donation from the Victory Makett shop

Donation from the Victory Makett shop

Donation from the Victory Makett shop

The gift came just in time to impress the visitors of the Makettfesztivál 2016, a miniatures convention organized in Miskolc, Hungary. The little generals quickly took possession of the miniatures to enthusiastically wage war with the help of the older members.

Little generals waging war

Little generals waging war

Little generals waging war

Some of the guests didn't bother themselves with any kind of written rules, just had a good time playing with the beautifully painted miniatures using their own imagination to create cute stories. (The illustration shows a little girl trying to balance each and every Blood Angel miniature on top of the tank for some strategical reason.)

Small girl playing with space marines

Victory Makett info

Victory Makett webshop: Based in Dunaharaszti, Hungary

Victory Makett Facebook page

 

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DonationSpace Marines from Games Workshop, for Warhammer 40,000

A nice anonym donor gave the Nexus Club Games Workshop miniatures from his Warhammer 40,000 collection. The miniatures came painted, and they look lovely! Thank you very much, we will put them to good use!

DonationSpace Marines from Games Workshop, for Warhammer 40,000

 

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Donation from Antenociti's Workshop

Antenociti's Workshop donated a big box of futuristic scenery for the use of Nexus Club. These are supposedly miscasts, but if that is true, they have very strict quality control, as they look flawless to me. We are grateful for these gifts, we will make good use of them in our sci-fi games!

Donation from Antenociti's Workshop

Donation from Antenociti's Workshop

Donation from Antenociti's Workshop

Antenociti's Workshop - Company info

Antenociti's Workshop website and webshop: Wem (Shropshire), United Kingdom

Antenociti's Workshop Facebook page

 

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Dolozselek Csilla kindly donated a Warhammer Fantasy Battles: Battle for Skull Pass boxed set, and some hobby supplies (paints, brushes, Games Workshop basing materials). Most of the miniatures were also lovingly painted, as you can see from the photos. This gift gave us two full armies to play with, thank you very much!

Donation from Dolozselek Csilla

 

Donation from Dolozselek CsillaDwarves from the Battle for Sull Pass boxed set

Donation from Dolozselek CsillaGoblins from the Battle for Sull Pass boxed set

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Donation from Richard Blizzard

Richard Blizzard was kind enough to give an Eldar gravtank and a scenery piece to the Nexus Club. This is our first Eldar vehicle, so I'll try to gather some Eldar minis to use with it! Although it's missing its tower and the cockpit window, I'll come up with something to make it whole. Thank you very much for this gift!

Donation from Richard Blizzard
Eldar grav-tank

Donation from Richard Blizzard

Games Workshop scenery

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Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

Seri Ákos Tamás offered Nexus Club a huge collection of 1/72 scale WW2 miniatures. These will give squads for both Axis and Allies to play with! Thank you very much for this donation!

Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

Donation from Seri Ákos Tamás

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Donation from Bukta "Vihar" Zoltán

Bukta "Vihar" Zoltán sent the Nexus Club a copy of the Hungarian version of the Descent boardgame. Although most of the miniatures are missing, these can be substituted from the collection of the club. He even painted the heroes for us! Thank you very much for the donation, we've been looking for this game for a long time!

Donation from Bukta "Vihar" ZoltánThe contests of the Descent box we were given

Donation from Bukta "Vihar" ZoltánDescent heroes painted by Vihar

Donation from Bukta "Vihar" ZoltánA game of Descent will look something like this

 

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