I was just bored and well... now I'm on board.
Another silent reader, who appreciates all your fantastic creative works, finally turns into a user.
I mostly played Warhammer Fantasy with my friends, but I always had a faible for skirmish games rather than the thunderous clash of mighty armies.
(Though a good old battle between large hordes can be fun, too!)
Currently I am developing a set of rules for a custom skirmish game based in a fantasy setting and easily adaptable to any other setting.
The set of rules can be considered roughly WIP, but I spent a lot of time and effort in the design of the basic rules mechanism, always keeping a hawk-eye on balancing and customizability (I hope, this word even exists!
My turn-counter says "29".
The grinning little squiggy guy on the left was sculpted out of FIMO sculpey clay (Hell! Those days before green stuff and milliput!) and was hardened in the heat of battl- err my oven.
Have a nice stay and remember: "Never feed yer goblins after a pitfight."