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About the Website

What is this website for?
TMP is meant as a place where tabletop wargamers can get together on the internet. This currently includes providing daily Hobby News, forums, reference areas, and other functions.
Who owns this place?
A guy named Bill Armintrout, also known as Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian.
Why do you have a blue hat?
The blue fez means I'm a moderator.
Where are you located?
I'm in the Albany, New York, area. The server is located with a web-hosting service in Cleveland, Ohio.
How often is the site updated?
How old is TMP?
TMP began back in 1994. The website began taking advertising in 2000, becoming a part-time business. In May of 2003, I began working at TMP full-time.
How do I contact you?
You can contact me at
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Messages sent to Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian are assumed to be quotable and publishable. If this is not your intention, please mark your message "off the record."
How do I place an order?
This is not a retail or mail-order website - we can't take your order, nor do we have anything to sell you (except advertising space or a Supporting Membership).
Why does the website load twice or blink when I first view it?
You are probably using the wrong URL. The correct URL is - no "www" in the URL.
How long does a hyper-link stay "purple" after I select it? It seems that mine never go back to the original "blue". Consequently, even though I haven't read for a couple of days, all the links that I have read are still purple, even when new items appear and I haven't read them. Sometimes, it is confusing what I have read and what I haven't.
Good question. The length of time that a link stays "purple" depends on the settings in your browser software, regarding how long to keep URLs in your browser history. It is not something TMP has control over.