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I found this great site while searching around for some insights before a 40K tournament last weekend. I am a middle-aged wargamer, and I cut my miniature gaming teeth on the old Gary Gygax Chainmail game in the 80s. I've played 40K since 2nd Ed and I am also an avid Flames of War player. I look forward to sharing the hobby with the rest of the community here.
All you have to do is fire three rounds a minute, and stand
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...
and welcome to Dakka, home of salt, procrastination, rules-lawyering and wargaming! Good to see you here
Some people don't know how to use "There", "Their" and "They're" properly. Here's a helpful video. TLDR; "There" is for direction (The hat is there). "Their" is for possession (It is their ball). "They're" is short for "They are" (They're going to get lunch). I am seeing so many of these errors it is giving me the blood pressure of a 250lb 50 year old with two sick kids. /Public Announcement.