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My name is Siani and I've played Warhammer since 3e in '86 and 40K since it was released. I am new to this forum, though I have been on others. I live in Sunderland Massachusetts, I'm 50 as of this past July but don't look or act it.
My armies are;
Warhammer; Dark Elves 10,000+ points, and Bretonnians. Dark Elves were the army I started with. Bretonnians I started a short time later when they still had cannon.
40K; I once had more armies than this, but some I sold off. Currently they consist of the Adepta Sororitas (Witch Hunters), World Eaters, Black Legion, Howling Griffons (since 91), Dark Eldar, and Necrons. I sold Salamanders (my first loyal army), Ulthwe Craftworld, and Blood Angels.
Mostly I play World Eaters in 40K with Battle Sisters a close second and the preferred army overall. In fantasy I play mostly Dark Elves though I prefer the Bretonnians.
Other gaming stuff....Warhammer Ancients, DBM and DBA...a complete 15mm roman cohort, celtic army, a lot of D&D miniatures. RPGs of course.
I am also active in the SCA, occasionally do some larping, and finally, I am a smith by trade and profession. Blacksmithing, bladesmithing, armorsmithing, and other metal type stuff.
Anyway, glad to be here guys.
Hello, welcome to LO :yes: Please read the rules and enjoy your stay, nice to see a great veteran player on - you'll find yourself amongst the top players here on LO!
Ahh I just noticed you play Howling Griffons... I also love this chapter. See you around
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Welcome Siani, its truly good to see more mature members coming to LO these days. Do please make yourself at home, and don't hestiate to get in touch if you need any guidance on the forum.
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