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Do you play tabletop wargames?
No, of course not. Tabletop wargamers are so nerdy they make PC fanboys look cool and studly. 34%  34%  [ 25 ]
Yes. I love my little painted figures. I give them all names and stroke them every night. I live for weapons damage charts. 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
I used to, but discovered girls. 52%  52%  [ 38 ]
What are you talking about? 6%  6%  [ 5 ]
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Oh is that a printed miniature?


Yep! It's insane how much better third party Orks can be than GW's.

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He's got little flying Squigs in them.

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Bloody hell, that pic shows him off much better! Great job!

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10th Edition: I can attach two characters to a unit, both are eligible to be attached to that unit, which on eis the leader? Do i choose? It's a captain and a lieutenant, and the latter leading makes things considerably less pleasant for any enemy infantry.

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10th Edition: I can attach two characters to a unit, both are eligible to be attached to that unit, which on eis the leader? Do i choose? It's a captain and a lieutenant, and the latter leading makes things considerably less pleasant for any enemy infantry.


How I understand it, the unit gets the benefit of any bonus's from both characters so it doesn't matter. Both are "Leaders" who are leading the unit. When the "Body Guard" unit is destroyed, the characters become separated.
Don't think I have seen anything where you have to pick one to be the leader as normally a unit can only have one character attached.


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10th Edition: I can attach two characters to a unit, both are eligible to be attached to that unit, which on eis the leader? Do i choose? It's a captain and a lieutenant, and the latter leading makes things considerably less pleasant for any enemy infantry.


How I understand it, the unit gets the benefit of any bonus's from both characters so it doesn't matter. Both are "Leaders" who are leading the unit. When the "Body Guard" unit is destroyed, the characters become separated.
Don't think I have seen anything where you have to pick one to be the leader as normally a unit can only have one character attached.


Super, thank you. It's.nkt the most efficient army but there's A Plan and some lolz could be had: "roll a one and his head explodes".

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Help! Youngest has decided he likes this stuff. In clueless. He has a few space marines and Tyranids. Looking for a nice box/case to store his models and paints, for Christmas.

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If you want something just to store things while he's painting them, the drawers on this are perfect for citadel paint pots: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Exerz-EX3205-D ... 2714/?th=1

If he wants something to carry minis to games etc: https://www.greenstuffworld.com/en/for- ... -foam.html althought you might want to go for a rigid case if he's especially heavy handed.

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Played a big game on a proper table. My Blood Angels against Adeptus Mechanics. Jeff was a superstar and after being taken down to three wounds in turn one, somehow survived to rip through two tanks, a unit of infantry, and two robots.

Game took over six hours and we ended it at the end of turn four.


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I transported my stuff using two tuppaware boxes and bog roll.

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Dimrill wrote:
If you want something just to store things while he's painting them, the drawers on this are perfect for citadel paint pots: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Exerz-EX3205-D ... 2714/?th=1

If he wants something to carry minis to games etc: https://www.greenstuffworld.com/en/for- ... -foam.html althought you might want to go for a rigid case if he's especially heavy handed.


Thank you! Love the drawer organiser and the case. Thanks so much.


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I transported my stuff using two tuppaware boxes and bog roll.


Ha! Merry Christmas Fop the Youngest!


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These are amazing.

It's a very particular Venn diagram that someone is in the middle of there but I agree!


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1,000 points of imperial guard can't be too spendy.......

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DarkSphere have this in the Black Friday that might tempt:

https://www.darksphere.co.uk/p.php?p=143086

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DarkSphere have this in the Black Friday that might tempt:

https://www.darksphere.co.uk/p.php?p=143086


Ta, I am building a list and might grab them.

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1,000 points of imperial guard can't be too spendy.......


Tsk - you're not allowed to call them that any more. Just like Leagues of Voltann absolutely, definitely are not Squats

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I think I have maybe a tabletop's worth there now. Got some plastic aquarium plants to make I to a forest or something too.

As a side but I am going to get two three foot by two foot boards and cover them in rough grass paper stuff and then that can sit in the table as the gaming board. (I am not spending £80 on a mat).

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