I say that you work on blancing out each of your armies. As you get farther into the game with more pieces you should start to learn which one you like to play, paint, put together, and use. That way, you keep equivilent armies while at the same time, learning the strengths and weaknesses of each.
Well from what shadow ace says you dont have an army completed so your first thing should be to complete an army then build on other armies. I was in the same situation that you are in when i first started i like everything and then i bought a little of everything but i found out that i was never going to get anything done so i decided to play one army and finish it up b4 i start a new army and then it worked because i have many different armies that can be played. But stick to the army you like but finish it b4 u start a new one.( Now if only i have all my armies painted :shifty: )
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