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Aparently I'm supposed to introduce myself here.
I'm Alex, been playing warhammer 40k for some seven or eight years now on and off, with a couple of different armies.
Started out with necrons, got to about 2000 points and then tried daemonhunters.
The daemonhunters needed fire support, so I took inducted guard, who turned into an army of their own.
After the guardsmen got to about 1500 points or so, I started marines when the new codex came out.
I bought the battle company and now have some 3500 points worth of marines.
Now I'm here and happy to meet all of you and jabber about the game we all know and love.
Welcome aboard, now at least we know something about you. I just hate it when some people just say well this is one of the posts out of the way so I can get to making comments on everything. And then you go to all the trouble to write a little and everyone just says hi. There is a wealth of information available here. I hope you can find everything here that you might be looking for.
Hello there and welcome to LO
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Since dream-thief asked, I live in Washington, near seattle. The weather's been rubbish lately, but it always is in the northwest. I don't mind, it give my friends and I an excuse to stay inside and play 40k.
Glad to see we can relate, it's raining dogs right now. Ha, but that's the default weather. No one notices it unless the rain goes away, then they notice.
Same case here.
I'm working replacing windows in a big house near where i live this week, and the weather was randomly really nice l\ast week so we left the empty window spaxces unboarded, but it changed back to the uual wind and rain again today, so we ended up staying onsite til 10 or so boarding up the damn things. ¬¬
That's just bloody rough, working that late in the rain. Reminds me of when I washed dishes, late hours and I'd always come home soaked. Worse than that, it ruined a wallet and I'd end up smelling like a grease trap, ugh, not fun.