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I was playing my new SM army last week, debuting both my new marines AND my new lightly converted commander (pictured below). The chapter is the Skull Bearers (found only in the Insignium Astartes). As befits the name, I wanted a commander with a skull faced helmet.
Another gamer came by and saw my commander and stopped to chat, after a few compliments he asked, "aren't you worried that your commander may be confused for a chaplain?". At which point my opponent, who also plays SMs (but not that evening) replied, "Of course not, he's not wearing a jump pack!" :lol: Which, of course, caused all of us to laugh hysterically (being the geeks that we are), since the jump packed chaplain has become a fixture in just about every SM army in our group.
Baby, when I'm the voice of reason, we've got problems!~artificerSomeone should stop
Jervis "let's make it easy enough for a 3 year old to play" Johnson
before he turns 40k into checkers~anon
well, i made this one up a looooooooong while ago when i was new to this. i was watching a game, i decided to mock a hardcore gamer to get a laugh. it went something like "it's not just a game, it's a life style!" that was just a joke not intended to be pointed at anyone, because the people there were a light hearted bunch of guys, none were to be offended, and it did cause a laugh.
well, that is the best i have, and it probably won't get any better from me. have fun, but be safe, and always wear protection(termie armor.)
i think i just made another one! yay for me!
Originally Posted by artificer
i must be an exception, my chaplain is in termi armour. but then again he leads a squad of Sword Brethren Assault Terminators in a Land Raider Crusaider.... :shifty:
My fiance and I were watching a CSM vs Tryanids game and joked with the CSM player tha maybe we should go get a pizza while the nids player setup his models...but I'm guessing that's not new, hehe. =)
Hey Sister, Go Sister, Soul Sister, Go Sister
Reminds me of a couple things. Like that pendant with Dark Angels logo I made (and actually wore it for a few months too), or the Deathwing logo + text I once painted onto a shirt (using a stencil, I think that's what it's called - kind of like a mold except for painting, right?), or when I said on Bolter & Chainsword that I recite the Dark Angel litany every time I get up (well, I used to... at the time)it went something like "it's not just a game, it's a life style!"My Chaplain has Bolt Pistol and Artificer Armor. No Jump Pack.i must be an exception, my chaplain is in termi armour. but then again he leads a squad of Sword Brethren Assault Terminators in a Land Raider Crusaider....
Well, the new model of him I'm working on has an option of putting a Jump Pack on him, allright...
i while ago, i was playing a game at a my local games workshop hobby center, when i said something that just sounded wrong. at one point during the game, i think he shot a lascannon into the back armor of my rhino and i said, "oh, i see you like that rear action." i said it really loud and it sounded really bad out of context.
"look we play warhammer, we're all nerds"
I really can't think of anything witty to say.
In all my games with my Wood Elves against a pal with Ogres, this always comes up (in diffrent uses though)
"My Ogres charge your puny elves, prepare to be fisted like never before!"
This means that he uses the Ogres Ironfists as extra attacks... We do have a weird attachment to fistin' at our gaming group...
My brother and I were arguing and the subject of money came up:
"Well, it's not like we have the money to buy it."
"Well, duh, Mr. GW is holding on to both of our wallets."
And we chuckled for a minute and then continued to argue.
We had one at our gaming store before it shut down (sniff) that was quiet amusing.
The Fantasy guys were all sitting around discussing some of the new 'Wood Elf Cheese' at the time, grabbing a bite to eat, etc while we were waiting for the 40K puds to get done and clear up a table (they routinely hogged all three gaming tables with massive 10,000 pt battles every weekend).
They were finally getting done, and packing up. They began talking about some of the events of the game, when they started talking about one of the combats a dreadnought was involved in. A bit of banter here about how he wouldn't go down, a bit of chatter there about how he was indestructable. And then we heard it:
"Hell, you couldn't down him with 15 guys until I penetrated with my 'fist."
Awkward silence followed by hysterical laughter!