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The Count's Tavern / Re: The Chicago Way
« Last post by Midaski on Today at 04:42:31 PM »
Where are you getting the vehicles from?
Are they metal?
Do they come with figures or can you get/add figures inside them?

That begs the next question where have you got figures from?

Are Great Escape making their own or 'importing' - the Northstar site is a bit vague.
They have Copplestone Gangsters and there are suitable figures in Bob Murch's Pulp Figures.
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Your armies must weigh a ton. :ph34r:
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Yeah i'm only buying Metal models !!

Who wants anything apart from Metal?!

Plastic is so light weight,

Metal is the only way ,

Dryads in post , haha

Plus oldschool war dancers
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Beautiful OOP models. I love the Waywatcher in the back. :blush:
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Warhammer 40k Discussion / Re: Dark Stars OOC (RT RPG)
« Last post by Captain Dob Van Dwi on Today at 02:47:48 PM »
The as promised fluff-

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Purpose built for the Meritech Wars in 215 M41, The Holy Venture has seem many a battle over the years. From Battering Clan ships in to oblivion, to being raided by Freebootas, The Venture has stood the test of time. Though at first not in the hands of the Hasarian family, Maranum Hasarian, Markus' Great Grandfather, took over custody of the ship after the Wars as a reward for his service.
 
Once in the hands of Captain Hasarian's Father, Mainard and his Grandfather Marun before him, Markus took control of the ship as well as the family Warrant after his older twin brothers, disappeared in The Exspanse.

Like many ships of it's age The Venture has it's fare share of quirks and dark secrets.

No where is this truer then the area in the bowels of the ship known as "The Lower Decks"

Home to the ship's Enginseers and various support crew, they run ajiacent to the Engine and Reactor Decks and as such are littered with Mechanicus Shrines.

By far the most populated part of the ship, a hold over from it's old war days, the deck is teeming with life and his a constant buzz of activity, despite the darkness. This darkness is all encompassing, near total, with the dimmest of light kept working so as crew can move freely enough to do their jobs. This perpetual night cycle is another hold over from the Meritech Wars and is enforced by the Enginseers that make these decks their home, sometimes with the edge of a power axe if the need calls for it.

Thus it is unsurprising that crew from this area are adept night time workers and fighters. Many often accompany House troopers during raid or expeditions to Night Worlds.

Sadly The Lower Decks are also home to the strange band of hunter killers known simply as "The Hand". One of the skip's aforementioned "Dark Secrets", no body knows who they are or how they came to be on the ship. Well nobody who is able to talk anyway. Perhaps the truly ancient crew know something but most are either dead or in cryo-stasis.

As for the actions of this death cult, they leave only the bodies of Enginseers, servitors and the rare corpse of a bionics enhanced crew member in their wake. While tame as far a death cult standards go, they do pose a threat unless they can be controlled.


 
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Wood Elves , amazing , why did I not consider it before?!

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The Count's Tavern / Re: Magic the gathering...gathering thread
« Last post by rufus sparkfire on Today at 12:23:28 PM »
All that tutoring though! Scary.

Most demons cost a million mana!
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The Count's Tavern / Re: Magic the gathering...gathering thread
« Last post by Finlay on Today at 12:16:58 PM »
8 mana though!

although I do use pestilence demon
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Warhammer 40k Discussion / Re: There is a small chance.
« Last post by PhillyT on Today at 12:00:37 PM »
Marines don't offer variety but you can get into any point level at rock bottom prices.  Honestly, you can get marine models at under a $1 each.

And you don't need to use anything but infantry with them.
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The Count's Tavern / Re: Magic the gathering...gathering thread
« Last post by rufus sparkfire on Today at 11:40:34 AM »
True.

This guy in EDH:

 :ph34r:
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