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I have been playing 40k casually for a couple years. I play with my brother and a couple friends. I have a Tau and Ork army and play against Eldar, Chaos, Imperial Guard, Space Marines, and Necrons. We refer to our selves as "closet nerds". We still haven't played at a game store yet with other people. I think we are kinda nervous that we have the rules all wrong and will get our butts kicked. Hopefully this summer we will make it to the store and play a couple games.
It's great you and your brother and friends have a mini-group of players! That's the most rewarding kind of group. With close friends you always have a good time, can try house rules, and just hang out after a good game I hope you guys have a good time playing at the local store when you do. You might get your butt kicked, I got my butt handed to me twice tonight at open gaming in town tonight, but you know, you can make some really good friends at clubs too! I met someone tonight who taught me a trick to funnel enemy troops between my Sisters of Battle Rhinos. I'd never met him before, he just walked up and started chatting. So I hope you'll give your local store a try, and wish you the best!
Hey, and welcome aboard here at LO.
It's great that you have a close group of friends you can game with, but you never know, going to a store could really pay off. You could expand your social circle and at the same time learn a lot of things you didn't know. I think you should definitely try it; if you don't like it then you can decide it's not for you, but you won't know unless you try.
Hope to see you around the boards!
welcome aboard rush. I am sure that there will be plenty of people willing to offer you all kinds of advice wanted or not.
Welcome to the forums!
There's no rule that says you have to play at an actual gaming club, but if you are concerned about your interpretation of the rules, or you want to play at a tournament someday, it's a good way to get started. Plus, it's a good way to see what interest there is in the hobby outside your social circle.
Again, welcome aboard. Hope to see you around the forums!