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I was wondering if you guys ever get tired of your armies fluff. You've been playing them for too long and theyre just getting old to you, or you want a change in the types of units you use but your fluff limits you. I'm thinking about making fluff for my IG army, and I like the idea of storytelling but not the feeling of being restricted when building my army.
You dont have to be restricted at all, you dont have to always field the models that have fluff, alternatively you could think of fluff for each unit so that what army you field there is fluff for it.
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sometimes yes. But something always comes along and re-sparks my love of em.
<span style='color:red'>"Right lads, lets make a tactical advance to the rear of our posistion"
"Errr do you mean run away?"
"Thats the one"</span>
"Oh man, look at that."
"Over there, by that river of boiling souls."
"Well I'll be damned... it's a Starbucks."
<a href='http://www.freewebs.com/ravensdark/' target='_blank'>THE SOUL REAVERS</a>
<a href='http://www.freewebs.com/gaeisia/index.htm' target='_blank'>GAESIA</a>
Ah, my dear fellow, fluff is one of those fantastic things that never die.
I've been playing for ages so the fluff that my army sits on has mainly been drawn from the results of battles and campaigns long passed into memory. The great thing about 40K (or any of th games) is that the universe/galaxy is so huge that you'll never discover it all and thus, new things happen all the time.
My army has an acompanying fleet so it can travel around the galaxy looking for fights (I'm an ork). But before I had a real fleet, the orkmada was simply imaginary (fluffy). It made no diference really. And the more people I fought, the more glory I gained (whether I lost or won) and the more fluff was added to my hat.
It is a grand life, that of 40K and one that you should not forget (especially your fluff). So don't be affraid to stray from whatever fluff your army has, it may even be rewarding.
"Where dere's wun - dere's ple'ty more!"
Well I based my IW CSM fluff on my friend's description of my gaming style... cold, callous, ruthless, and unorthodox. It sort of helps to have second opinions.