Welcome to Librarium Online!
Are there many of us out there???
I have been playing Warhammer Fantasy for about a year with my mate which is fine but are there any females intrested in Warhammer as I have not come across any, I pop in the St.Albans GW shop every now and again and never see one in there,
Just curious let me know.
DarkElfTrinity - There are a number of female members, many are part of the moderatoring team. I suggest you PM one of the following, they'll be helpful counting the lasses on here.
Last edited by Hard A**; February 20th, 2007 at 17:21.
Looking at the Admin screens, we show that at least 12 Females have logged in since 1/1/7.
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?
Well 12 is a start. LOL
but I reckon There are hundreds of males.
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lies! all lies i tell you! there are no women on intarweb. only 40 year olds posing as 17 year old females and FBI agents.
I came here because this thread is relevent to my interests.
But Bigs is right. Women on the interweb are men 99 percent of the time- ALL the time.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, it is the conquest of it." -Anon
i once wrote a paper on this, most females who participate on predominatly male forums pose as a man to avoid unwanted attention (the "w00000000t, a girl! wanna date? i like u!" response) and a lot of openly "females" are actually male, posing as female to attract attention.
To add my experiences into the melting pot:
I've randomly turned up to a 60-nerd congregation for an online RPG that most involved going to various pubs around London.
There were a few women there that I thought were men from their online usernames/ activities and absolutely no men that were "female" online.
As for wargaming though, no... there's almost none. One of my old clubs had some stargate fanatic that wouldn't shut up about Daniel Jackson, and that was all
- but be grateful! If you're ever in a relationship, a wargaming club is about as close as you can get to a chastity belt in the eyes of your partner since it's one of the few hobbies/interests that will have almost zero chance of picking someone else up through.