I have been rummaging around in my shelves looking for all the old books and magazines I have that are related to Oldhammer. Some that I know for sure I own are nowhere to be seen - much to my growing sadness my Fantasy Miniatures book that has such wonderful artwork by John Blanche and Ian Miller is one of those that's missing (actually I can't remember the exact name of the book but it had loads of images of Citadel miniatures from the 80s although I am not certain it was an official Citadel publication). I must find it. Also missing is the Fighting Fantasy Titan book.
However I did dig up my ancient copies of the original Citadel Journals. The second ever Citadel Journal from 1985
The Citadel Journal from Spring of 1986
and the Citadel Journal of Spring 1987
I haven't been able to find any pdfs of these online (although I suspect they are out there) so I thought I would have a look at some of the pages inside that seemed relevant to us :)
First up the Citadel Journal of Autumn 1985. This magazine is in excellent condition despite being read numerous times in my youth. It being older than the others and less relevant to my gaming days back then probably saved it a lot of ware though. Naturally the focus of this journal is on 2nd edition Warhammer and features a scenario called the Dolgan Raider that came with cardboard cut outs. The scenario pits a tribe of Hobgoblins and Goblins against a raiding party of Steppe Humans and Centaurs who are intent on robbing the Hobgoblin caravan. I intend to play this scenario out one day (once I have the necessary miniatures) using 3rd Edition rules.
I realise now of course that all these scans are already available on the Stuff of Legends website! But my scans are of a higher quality so there! hahaha.
I have also managed to find the book I was talking about earlier. It was Heroes for Wargames by Stewart Parkinson. A really useful book for anyone interested in Oldhammer. There are loads of wonderful photos of mid 80s miniatures and dioramas. Only not the book with all the illustrations by Ian Miller... I was clearly thinking of something else there! Such is nostalgia :D