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Made in us

Arlington, va

Part 3!

Featuring... MORE OF THE SAME!

Oh and coming soon profiles of Imperial subjects.

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I've managed to call this game 3 different things in 3 articles.

Warhammer 40,000 AD

Warhammer 40k

and 40k

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And still not sure this story passes the Bechdel test... does mentioning a long dead baron spoil it?

This message was edited 2 times. Last update was at 2013/01/23 01:11:57

Made in gb
Lone Wolf Sentinel Pilot

Nottinghamshire, UK

 Kid_Kyoto wrote:
Part 3!

Oh and coming soon profiles of Imperial subjects.

I'm particularly looking forward to that. I really do think GW ought to produce a few more civilian models for 40k (I can only think of a couple that could fit that description), but I don't see it happening any time soon.

After reading Eisenhorn and Ravenor and seeing that much of those stories happened in civilian settings, I can't help wondering why more books aren't set on worlds away from the front lines. It can't all be war...

All point values are approximate (i.e. probably wrong):
The Silent Council - 2500 points, deep striking Codex Space Marines Bad Moonz - 3000 pts, stompy/horde Orks with a big battlewagon Austeran Ironclads - 2500 pts, mech/armoured Guard Jin'gasa Sept - 2000 pts, foot/suit Tau

Deadzone: Plague, Rebels and Enforcers.
Bolt Action: US Army c. June-August 1944 
Made in us

Arlington, va

It might be a while, I got halfway done but ran in to the problem of finding head shots and portraits for what I needed.

And I'll be taking a bit of break starting next week.

But thanks for the support!

Made in us

Arlington, va

added a new story

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Painting Within the Lines

Hamburg Germany

That story about how democracy works is a little masterpiece. And good classic SF, using the fiction to reflect on reality. A lesson to be had if you want to understand whats happening right now on our way to the world of shadowrun... do you write outside of fanfic?
Made in gb
Fresh-Faced New User

Love this represents imperium life really well
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