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I've just passed registration, because I felt like posting once in a while instead of just keeping on reading silently (which is what I've done so far).
I've been playing WH40k since 2nd edition, when I was still a Space Wolf pup.
After some adventurous tries on Tyranids in the - back then new - 3rd edition I kinda lost interest in the whole thing (mainly because I had no regular group to play with and no regular income to pay it with).
Almost 2 years ago several new found friends suddenly approached me with 4th edition and asked if I had heard of that game before. They told me they wanted to start playing with a group of eight regular players and how cool all of their armies sounded and so on.
Exactly what I was looking for all those years ago!
Well, now only four of us still play regularly (if you can call it that) and 2-3 guys are on the brink, but I think that's kind of a good quota considering 40k standards.^^
Because Tyranids were already taken in the group and I didn't want to play as another Space Marine Ordo I tried something new. Witch Hunters. Quite a thrill. Especially thinking of all the modding options. (Of course I didn't realize there were like no plastic miniatures at all)
But I've grown quite fond of my trusty Sisters and their flame throwers. Even though I'm still not farther than 1k points. (God, I'm such a slacker)
As you can see I'm more of a casual gamer than a pro tourney player.
Soooo...what else is there? I'm a student, I'm from Germany (so please excuse any grammatical excursions and inappropriate wording)...uhm...I'm a guy and....I'm allergic to dust mites?
Yeah, ok, uh...just ask away if you have any questions, aight?
Anyway! I'm looking forward to having some nice conversations with the lot of you here! =)
Grammatical excursions and inappropriate wording? Friends of mine from Germany who are my own age spoke better English than we do in America, and that was several years ago! I think you'll be quite alright!
Welcome to LO, and be sure to check out our forum rules, which you can find linked in my signature. Your gaming group is a mite bigger than mine at the moment... I have one Chaos/Tau player and one Eldar player, and the amount of time that we play is perhaps one or two games a year. Oops!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
I found that in such a big group of close friends there just naturally occured a circle of players pushing each other on, giving each other new motivation and a goal ("Argh, I don't want to be the only one with a plastic/tin colored army!").
Well, at least it works until everybody slacks off at the same time (we just had a pause of half a year or so, too).
welcome to LO buddy! Hope you will find us very usefull and have alot of fun. Try also and get yourself your own librarium-online.com email address
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Welcome to the dark side of the moon my friend, feel free to make yourself at home. Dont forget to pick up your secret decoder ring XD
Thanks for the hearty welcomes, everyone!