Discussion: It’s not all competitive you know
I get to play against quite a few people which is good. I play against 4 regulars and then whoever is at my gaming club. The opponents armies vary from well tuned lists to something just cobbled together, mostly the tuned lists are from the regular folk who I play was we get to talk more and sort lists out etc. The reason why the regular folk play more competitive lists is because we play each other more and see a strong list and want to beat it, so a competitive list is required. While at the club it’s just mostly regular armies. What my point is that on the internet everything is about competitive. When I post battle reports I get comments saying the opponents list was rubbish and on wonder I won etc etc but what the internet doesn’t realise is there is more 40k players out there who DON’T USE the internet to sort lists and tactics out etc. There’s actually only a small portion of 40k players who use the internet for 40k related stuff and then when people do they don’t always take to competitive comments etc. See 40k isn’t a competitive game.