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Hey ladies (and other willing observers,)
I was wondering if any of you have experience in dealing with a partner that doesn't share your enthusiasm for Warhammer and other types of table top gaming?
My man is a hardcore PC/console gamer, but is really turned off by fantasy and RPGs. I've tried to appeal to his creative instincts ("it's fun to paint - give it a shot, eh!") but so far, it hasn't worked.
Any tips or techniques I should try? :shifty:
~ Mala ~
Forces of Khaladh Sariour
Well first of all don't be reluctant to play the skirmish games as they're more enjoyable with less models and are thus (despite more complex rules) are a good way to get new players into the concept of wargaming-
Mordheim, Necromunda, Warhammer Skirmish, Kill Team
If that doesn't work, remember a strip version of any game is often more fun than the original
I still hate Twiglets!
I met my man in after we were both into warhammer... mabe use Dawn of War to peak his interest in warhammer. If he's a gammer he'll probably like it after that game mabe even make an army based off one he made in the game.
Another Game to try is Battlefield 1942, there is a BF40K mod for it. You play as blood angels or black templar and fight in the maps used for bf1942. It's a pretty good mod, you get to use bikes, preditors, dreads, and speeders. And you can be an assault marine, tactical, devistator, or scout. Realy awsome job they did on it. You can probably Google it useing "BF40k".
Tomb Kings, Marines, Eldar
As fun as that sounds I don't see Strip Dawn of War working very well, do you?Originally Posted by Shadows Coil
So nice to know there's another soul out there. GW stores is a lovely place, if you happen to be a bedridden deaf mute. I'm unhappy, hope you're happy too.
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My DJ Aun Kor is the one who introduced me to Warhammer and I love it so far. I almost beat him my first game. He's also the one who got me to sign up on this site when we first met.
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on the contrary it only increases the element of distraction, doesn't work if the only place you can play 1 on 1 is a cyber cafe though. Unless your something of an exebitionist and laugh in the face of charges for indecent exposure!Originally Posted by Dark Lioness