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Slai created the 'Thinking about starting Fantasy?', 'Thinking about starting (insert race)'-topics and pinned them, but it looks like noone follows his directions.
From now on, post stuff like 'What are the advantages and disadvantages of (insert race)' 'What race should I start?' In the Thinking about starting..-threads, so that we can have good discussions instead of giving advice about the same thing over and over again, pushing down the reasonable topics.
If you even THINK about starting new topics about you thinking about starting this or that army, it will be moved or deleted, being considered as spam, breaking against the rules of LO (see link in top of signature).
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Instead of giving the same information lots of times in the same 7 page thread that no new person can honestly be expected to sort through, why not have a sticky thread in each army forum with the general advantages and disadvantages of the different armies? People could read them then if they still have questions or want different information they can post in the other sticky thread already there. Ads and disads are the most common information sought after, people want up to 10 dot points for and against the army to quickly read over and help them decide.
Just an idea
Yeah, could do that in every respective 'Thinking of starting..'-thread..
No, what every race needs is a tactica. A breakdown of each unit, and some sample army lists. That would take care of all the "Blah, I'm new" stuff.
I made one of those posts, and honestly, I didn't get crap out of the first three pages of the "read befor you post" thread. Most people left out the "Why Factor." I heard a lot of "You need this" but no reason why I would need it, or what playstyles it complements.
In short, a good tactica. Someone should take suggestions from the community about the use of each unit, then summarize. WHen all that is done, put in a request for army lists.
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