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Alot of people talk about the most amazing gaming moment they have had, how rough and tumble their arny is, what faction may be better....what about something more important than that? Something more important than the models? Something that overrides every rule in every codex, army book, or core set? What about our fellow gamers? Who has made a difference in your gaming/modelling career? Was someone a mentor to you, did they positively shape your outlook on the hobby? Have you seen someone show charity to your local gaming community? This is what I want to hear about! Stories about paying it forward!
I want to thank my LGS owner, Kieth of Warzone Games. He's done SO much to bring the hobby out of the woodwork in Maine. His kindness and efficiency in our gaming community has really made the difference!
Action shot Kieth! Whats' that? "What's my motivation?" Paint the hell outta that model!!!
"Courage without the presence of fear is like a pistol without bullets. Meaningless." Colonel Igor Massif, 6777th Severite Rifles M40
I would probably do a shout to two of the oldest members in our club who have pretty much shaped how I enjoy the hobby. Talking and gaming with them several times a week does a difference.
Woooo go Keith! I liked your store in Farmingdale better, you had a sandwich shop next door that had delicious Reubens, but I'm so glad you've got a place up in Bangor so I can play 40k on the Saturdays. Nice pic, Sealancer, who're you up at Warzone? I'm Bill, the guy who wiped out the Combat Patrol tournament with his Kroot and Crisis suit list and took home the Tau Battleforce... just going by something you might recognize. Know any other Bangor players?
My gaming group's new motto: That army you're using is overpowered because it hurts my guys, codex is broken and needs a rewrite.
i would have to say paul cox who helped me get to grips with 40k who works at my nearest gw 20 mins away who helped me learn the basics and is a really fun, great guy
Everybody I've met and talked Warhammer with. Seriously, while the game and hobby are fun as-is, without them and the social aspects of the thing I'd have stopped a long time ago.
Inquisitor Blackadder is the name you all know him by on this site but I've known him outside the web for rather a long time and I have to say, quite a few times his innovative creations have made me want to continue with the hobby. Not to mention the many weird and crazy discussions we've had that've spawned some rather crazy ideas, some of which I do intend to use in my miniatures .