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Made in au
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Toowoomba, Australia

Most of the links within the archived sites still work and you can see thread outlines, but not the acctual posts (I have only looked at the real old ones and haven't found one yet...


*Pours a 40 on the ground for old skool dakka forums, where men were guys who got excited about new GW releases and rumours, the background for dakka was dark grey static and didn't hurt my eyes, and Malfred posted in every single thread at least once....*

2019: Games Played:79/Models Bought:148/Sold:49/Painted:82
2018: Games Played: 108/Models Bought: 183/Sold: 1/Painted: 100
2016/17: Games Played: 180/Models Bought: 414/Sold: 106/ Painted: 76
2014/15: Games: 176, Models bought: 643/ Sold: 149/ Painted: 170
2012/13 : Games: 236, Models bought: 520/Sold: 581/Painted: 266

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Battlewagon Driver with Charged Engine

Murfreesboro, TN

Holy crap, back when I had hair...


And proof that I am insane... my first trip from TN to NH for a tournament.


As a rule of thumb, the designers do not hide "easter eggs" in the rules. If clever reading is required to unlock some sort of hidden option, then it is most likely the result of wishful thinking.

But there's no sense crying over every mistake;
You just keep on trying till you run out of cake.

Member of the "No Retreat for Calgar" Club 
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Foul Dwimmerlaik

Minneapolis, MN

We always knew you were insane. Hell, your still here after all this time. Ahh I remember those da...

Er..... I mean....wow...you were on dakka in '97? Youre old! (wheres the bald emoticon?)

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Pyromaniac Hellhound Pilot

Maryland, USA

I wonder if it will have my old posts on my old member names...

Codex: Soyuzki - A fluffy guidebook to my Astra Militarum subfaction. Now version 0.6!
Another way would be to simply slide the landraider sideways like a big slowed hovercraft full of eels. -pismakron
Sometimes a little murder is necessary in this hobby. -necrontyrOG

Out-of-the-loop from November 2010 - November 2017 so please excuse my ignorance!
Made in gb
Daring Dark Eldar Raider Rider

Between a rock and a hard place

I'm probably not lookign hard enough, but is there a bit for all those old mega events, like the massive battles with 80,000 points playing on loads of different tables, as part of a storyline?

They were pretty righteous. I know all the models and rules for those events are now outdated, I'll take any chance to relive those days...

"The Imperium looks at it this way. Your armor can either protect you from an anti-tank rocket, or a garden hose. But not both".

"I'd rather be drowned in options than parched in the desert of GW's production schedule."
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Fireknife Shas'el

A bizarre array of focusing mirrors and lenses turning my phrases into even more accurate clones of

Wow, thanks for this. I forget about archive.org. It has all the funny sites that were so simplistic and had a black background back then. Nintendo.com was a classic I used to visit back in '98.


2009, Year of the Dog
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