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Well okay at my high school there is about 6 or 7 of us that play warhammer. Well my friend who plays has a neighbor that plays too and so does his son, so he calls to ask if there is a warhammer club at our school.
So here is the question, if you were in or are in high school and it had a warhammer club would you be in it?
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This is an odd question for me as I have just left a school where there were 2 players(Myself and one other knew of) and had played several games against each other wouldn't dream of joining a club there though. However I would at my previous school(despite there also not being one) as there were several players there and it was a group of people with links to that school paying.
I helped set one up at my school. For the first year or so there were 3 or 4 max reg players, but people start to come outa the woodwork after a while, especially once the club has established for a while.
1st RULE: You do not talk about WARHAMMER CLUB.
2nd RULE: You DO NOT talk about WARHAMMER CLUB.
3rd RULE: If someone says "stop" or goes limp, taps out, the battle is over.
4th RULE: *DELETED FOR SECURITY REASONS*
5th RULE: One fight at a time per table.
6th RULE: No beards, no cheese.
7th RULE: Fights will go on as long as they have to (turn 5, roll for turn 6, turn 6, roll for turn 7).
8th RULE: If this is your first night at WARHAMMER CLUB, you HAVE to fight.
Acually I started one back in freshman year.... there were about 5ish of us along with the teacher who plays, but no 3 of them graduated so we have to fine new people...
Only real thing you could do with clubs at my high school was organise out-of-school events.. which nobody ever did, because it was a waste of time. We had about 30 minutes per club on club days, which were once a month, and we only had two clubs each. Not enough time to even chat about Warhammer, much less play the game.
Yeah, I have to agree with Lost Nemesis, theres really not enough time even afterschool to play a game at school, you know? Theres really so many other things to do that I feel Warhammer would normally fall back to a weekend thing with friends.
Hilarious "fight club" rules, especially when considering the intenseness of models on a table.
Bringing figures to school is too much effort. Things get broken too easily, there's rarely time for a decent-sized game, and storage is impossible.
All the same, I voted Maybe.
I said maybe, as in in Australia, a few people here and there play it, and usually they get bagged out (as in, bullied for their hobby). I kept it a secret though, 'cause a lot of people think it is a "nerd" game, which I have to disagree on, 'cause all of them played WoW, which (no offence) is about the equivilent of warhammer.
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