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Took a break from building titan (raged to much) did this



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Well, time for an update on the actual Titan, assemblement is done and it can stand finally.

The color here looks more grey then pink it I swear it's light pale pink (Montana Gold G3100 Frozen Strawberry).


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Lightning is kinda bad as it's taken outside the most slaaneshi place in my house; the sauna.


...And here's a pic of my cat.

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Place the cat next to it for scale.


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So, I remembered I have some 15 assembled orkz and another 15 still in their respective sprues.

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I'm such a lazy painter now. Also been painting with cheap 00 brushes meant for something related to nails. A buck fifty for a six pack and the first one still holds a better point than GW brushes.


Thu Dec 19, 2013 3:15 pm
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you ♥♥♥♥ nerds....

I have all the WH40k video games except Dawn of War 1. Is it cool to play all the other ones without it, or do I need to play it first?


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You can start on any of them really.
Also I have so many units I should paint. There are some I haven't even opened and I really should finish things.


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Also, space hulk. Pretty good game so far, but the missions do tend to take up quite a bit of time.


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Just asking...
How is WH40k?
Im talking about the Game...
Just being curious. :L


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The board game? Is so, then it's pretty fun, as long as you can find some decent people to play with.


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What about the actual Game?


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Notsoscary wrote:
What about the actual Game?

I don't think you understand.

WH40k *is* the tabletop/board game system.


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Haven't played a game in about a year and a half. Most people in the hobby are too neckbeard, even for me.


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The actual tabletop requires a lot of time and money to invest. Them figurines ain't cheap.
Well, unless you have friends that already have armies already made and ready to play, or a game shop around with the same, then it just takes time and effort to learn the rules and set up the gameplay.

The video game spinoffs are of varying quality and enjoyment.


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I would play more if I had anyone to play with. I've got an army and everything but no opponents. I can't get the motivation to finish assembling/painting a bunch of stuff because I won't get to use it.
It's great fun if you have the time, resources, and people to play it with though.


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I bought asobr to play with my brother in law, but he ended up giving up in the assembly stage and never even skimmed the rules.




So, this is what about 4 grand looks like.


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