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Made in us
Fresh-Faced New User




Hello! I’ve started painting minis this year, and as a result of most of the videos on YouTube having 40k models in their tutorials I am getting interested in learning to play. I know very little other than what I have learned from watching videos. This hobby looks like it will cost a pretty penny, so I don’t want to jump in with both feet before I decide if I enjoy playing or not. Anyway, I’m looking for suggestions. I’m looking at possibly playing Orks, but really don’t know anything about the lore of any faction. Looking for ideas, suggestions, etc. Thanks!

   
Made in pl
Huge Hierodule





Welcome on board! I recommend to post your questions in the 40k sub-forums because there you will find the answers about all aspect of this hobby much quicker
   
Made in nz
Strategizing Grey Knight Chapter Master





Auckland New Zealand

Hi,

Welcome to Dakka

IceAngel wrote:I must say Knightley, I am very envious of your squiggle ability. I mean, if squiggles were a tactical squad, you'd be the sergeant. If squiggles were an HQ, you'd be the special character. If squiggles were a way of life, you'd be Doctor Phil...
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Gitsplitta wrote:I am but a pretender... you are... the father of all squiggles. .
 
   
 
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