January 28, 2011HomeNews & CommunityCommunity Pimp: 4th Week of January Community Pimp: 4th Week of January By Thor News & Community 4 CommentsTags:Blogging, Wargaming Bloggers Showcase, Wargaming Strategy & Tactics, Warhammer 40K, Warhammer 40K Army Lists The usual, cool stuff worth reading.GDMNW: How Important Is My Army List? – This is the start of a series intending to go over the various aspects of a table top game and discuss them. It’s a great start to the series, and as usual for GDMNW, it’s very well written.Wargaming Tradecraft: Indexing Your Blog – Dave writes about the various things you can do with your blog to help readers find content on your site as well as generally improving your site.Warhammer 39,999: The 40K Rulebook: Page 2 – One of the most overlooked parts of the 40K rulebook is definitely pg. 2 and Tony chats about it.Wargaming Tradecraft: Finding Cheap Army Containers – Title says it all really. Please Rate This ArticlePlease take a second to rate this. It helps us deliver to you the stuff you enjoy. Community Pimp: 4th Week of JanuaryPlease rate this article to let us know what you think Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...About Author ThorI've been playing 40K since 2006 and started Creative Twilight in 2009. I also play Blood Bowl and Shadespire, which are incredibly fun games. I have a free 40K roster builder that I created. There's also a miniature storage blog as well. Also, founder of a blog about blogging. Oh, and webmaster/editor of my wife's site where she sells the Makeup Eraser.More Reading Get exclusive content and stay up to date with all our articles. Leave this field empty if you're human: Leave a Reply!Note: You can comment as a guest by clicking in the field Name and checking off “I’d rather post as a guest”.