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WH40K: Stomp it on new turf.

ben0207ben0207 Registered User regular
edited November 2006 in Critical Failures
Stolen from Wikipedia:
Overview

Each player assembles an army of metal and plastic miniature figurines (models) - each, usually, representing a single military figure from one of the official lists. These armies are constrained by rules contained within the Warhammer 40,000 rulebook, as well as in several army-specific codexes. The size and power of the army is determined on a points system, with each unit being assigned a number of points proportional to its potential worth on the battlefield. Before a game the players agree on how many points will be used as the maximum army size and each assemble an army up to that maximum limit. Common game sizes are usually between 400 and 2,000 points, but can be much larger. In addition, there are rules for much smaller games. Games generally run from half an hour to several hours depending on the size of the armies.

Play is divided into turns, with each player choosing specific actions for all of his units on his turn, and using dice to determine the results of those actions. Each battle, at the onset, is assigned a set of additional rules and a goal (collectively called a "scenario") specific to it. The most common of these is a basic "cleanse" mission (which was the "default" mission in 3rd edition), which ends after six turns, the victor being declared based on who controls the four quarters of the battlefield; more complex goals can include night fights, bunker assaults, ambushes, and various others. Other games include simply eliminating the other force (meatgrinder scenario).

Some players organize a series of scenarios, called a campaign, where two or more players fight against each other in a number of battles. These campaigns may feature their own special rules, and are tied together by a storyline, which might alter according to the results of each scenario when it is played. Every few years, a global campaign is held in which people submit the results of their games to Games Workshop. These results are collated, and together affect the storyline of the game, which is then accounted for in the next rulebook and fiction releases. The most recent of these global campaigns was the Eye of Terror Campaign. A new worldwide campaign is currently underway, titled The Fall of Medusa V.

Collecting

As of June 2006, new players wishing to start playing should expect to spend at least £200 but may need to spend much more, in the region of £300, for a basic playable army with ample room for customisation (1,000 points). This figure includes costs for the rulebook, the army's codex, and modelling equipment such as paints and glue[1]. Players must also purchase individual units in squads or in boxed sets. The cost of boxed sets varies widely (£18 to £75), depending on the contents. However, the boxed set does not provide for all available options, meaning that players must purchase additional blister packs, each containing one to three models. A typical blister pack costs around £6.

In addition to the current line of units, Games Workshop makes available past model lines as a part of their mail-order-only "Classic" series. These are models that have been used for earlier versions of the game. This is one of many ways to get certain miniatures which have been discontinued.

Modelling


Since the models are hand-painted and assembled by the player, people are encouraged to design their own paint schemes as well as using the pre-designed ones displayed in the various books. They are also encouraged to further modify their figures and vehicles using parts from other kits and models (known as "bitz" or sprues to players), or scratch-built from plasticard, modelling putty and whatever the modeller has at hand. These conversions are often entered into contests at sponsored tournaments and similar gaming events.

Terrain is a very important part of play. Although Games Workshop has terrain kits available, many hobbyists prefer to make their own elaborate and unique set pieces. Common household items like soft drink cans, coffee cups, styrofoam packing pieces, and pill bottles can be transformed into ruined cathedrals, alien habitats, or terrain with the addition of plasticard, putty, and a bit of patience and skill.

Proper OP coming when I can be bothered

[spoiler:cd4ce28974]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:cd4ce28974]

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  • MinionOfCthulhuMinionOfCthulhu Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    ben0207 wrote:
    [spoiler:35f08c036c]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:35f08c036c]

    I concur.

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  • DisruptorX2DisruptorX2 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    ben0207 wrote:
    [spoiler:e526eb7939]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:e526eb7939]

    I concur.

    What the hell? Back in the day, we played 40k with wooden models and bone dice, and the rules were written on sheepskin by hand. We didn't have any fancy tau.

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  • prawnstar69prawnstar69 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I seriously regret starting Imperial Guard on a budget.

    They're so damn expensive to get an up and running army.

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  • MinionOfCthulhuMinionOfCthulhu Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    ben0207 wrote:
    [spoiler:50e0432211]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:50e0432211]

    I concur.

    What the hell? Back in the day, we played 40k with wooden models and bone dice, and the rules were written on sheepskin by hand. We didn't have any fancy tau.

    Dark times, to be sure. It's a good thing the Tau have arrived to bring light to the darkness and knowledge to the ignorant. Hail the Greater Good.

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  • ben0207ben0207 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Then you were missing out big time.

    Giant stompy robots: Check.
    Smaller stompy robots that are invisible: Check.
    Big flying tank things: Check.
    Space-pope on a flying toilet: Check.
    Birdmen riding space cows with guns on their heads: Check.

    The Tau have it all.

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  • CalliusCallius Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I'd just like to voice that I disagree with breaking up the WHFB and the WH40K threads.

    I dunno, they just seem to go together like bread and ORCS CRUSHING YOUR FACE.






    I could be mistaken though.

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  • JoeslopJoeslop Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    ben0207 wrote:
    [spoiler:5daa0affed]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:5daa0affed]

    I concur.

    What the hell? Back in the day, we played 40k with wooden models and bone dice, and the rules were written on sheepskin by hand. We didn't have any fancy tau.

    Dark times, to be sure. It's a good thing the Tau have arrived to bring light to the darkness and knowledge to the ignorant. Hail the Greater Good.

    It saddens me greatly that we must take arms against the peoples of the galaxy. By their deaths, they deny themselves the liberation that is only to be found in total surrender to the Greater Good.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Callius wrote:
    I'd just like to voice that I disagree with breaking up the WHFB and the WH40K threads.

    I dunno, they just seem to go together like bread and ORCS CRUSHING YOUR FACE.






    I could be mistaken though.
    Well, WHFB has a lot of stuff going on right now, with the new edition. 40k, as far as I remember, has nothing until Eldar at Christmas. And this way you don't get your power fists in my movement trays. :)

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  • AkiraAkira Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Do we have a final release date for the new Eldar codex yet? I don't really play anymore but I like to keep up with my pointy-ears so I'll be buying it anyway.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Akira wrote:
    Do we have a final release date for the new Eldar codex yet? I don't really play anymore but I like to keep up with my pointy-ears so I'll be buying it anyway.
    I'm sure the stores do, but I don't think it's been released publicly. There's no Eldar stuff for advanced order on the GW online store.

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  • The Laughing ManThe Laughing Man Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    So guys, Witch Hunters with Guard or Daemonhunters with Guard?

    I was going to go all the way on Sisters and then do Grey Knights as an interchanger but my hatred of Chaos and Lost and the Damned armies has made me want to go Knights first just so I can mess some jerkoff rules lawyers up at my regular gaming haunt.

    Which should I do and why?

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  • MinionOfCthulhuMinionOfCthulhu Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Joeslop wrote:
    ben0207 wrote:
    [spoiler:b7c2137310]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:b7c2137310]

    I concur.

    What the hell? Back in the day, we played 40k with wooden models and bone dice, and the rules were written on sheepskin by hand. We didn't have any fancy tau.

    Dark times, to be sure. It's a good thing the Tau have arrived to bring light to the darkness and knowledge to the ignorant. Hail the Greater Good.

    It saddens me greatly that we must take arms against the peoples of the galaxy. By their deaths, they deny themselves the liberation that is only to be found in total surrender to the Greater Good.

    Captain Taelos began to speak, but Palmatus smoothly interrupted, saying, "I presume then that you are Aun'O T'olku K'yna."

    "I have that honour, yes," nodded the Tau Ethereal.

    "Then you should know that when our ships arrive at Nombosa we will fight you. The Emperor does not give up worlds His servants have claimed in His name."

    "You are a wise man, Raphael Palmatus, and, despite his modest words, I know that your military advisor here is no ordinary soldier. You should both go back to your Emperor and tell him what you have seen here. Tell him of all the people that will die in his name and ask him if it is worth such a price to stand in our way."

    "We will fight you, alien," snarled Captain Taelos, "To the last drop of blood we will fight you."

    "I know," replied the Tau sadly and turned away.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    So guys, Witch Hunters with Guard or Daemonhunters with Guard?

    I was going to go all the way on Sisters and then do Grey Knights as an interchanger but my hatred of Chaos and Lost and the Damned armies has made me want to go Knights first just so I can mess some jerkoff rules lawyers up at my regular gaming haunt.

    Which should I do and why?
    That depends a lot on the kind of Guard army you're playing.

    As a general rule, I'd say Guard with Grey Knight allies. You get many more models to absorb casualties, the heavy, long-range firepower Grey Knights lack, and the potent close-combat smackdown that Guard dreams of.

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  • TanasTanas Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Hey thar fellows. Sort of had a couple questions. I've already purchased some Space Marine models, and the respective codex, but am having second thoughts about playing them. I was wondering if for someone who is basically still a newb, are Imperial Guard an equally viable option to start gaming with?

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Tanas wrote:
    Hey thar fellows. Sort of had a couple questions. I've already purchased some Space Marine models, and the respective codex, but am having second thoughts about playing them. I was wondering if for someone who is basically still a newb, are Imperial Guard an equally viable option to start gaming with?
    Very much viable but somewhat more expensive.

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  • The Laughing ManThe Laughing Man Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    So guys, Witch Hunters with Guard or Daemonhunters with Guard?

    I was going to go all the way on Sisters and then do Grey Knights as an interchanger but my hatred of Chaos and Lost and the Damned armies has made me want to go Knights first just so I can mess some jerkoff rules lawyers up at my regular gaming haunt.

    Which should I do and why?
    That depends a lot on the kind of Guard army you're playing.

    As a general rule, I'd say Guard with Grey Knight allies. You get many more models to absorb casualties, the heavy, long-range firepower Grey Knights lack, and the potent close-combat smackdown that Guard dreams of.

    I was going to go with for 1850, 1 platoon of guard with two lascannons, 1 armored fist squad, 1 Inquisitorial Stormtrooper Squad in a rhino, Grey Knight Hero + Retinue in Land Raider Crusader with Psycannon Bolts, 1 Grey Knights Squad, Purgation Squad, and Dreadnaught with TL Lascannons and Missle Launcher.

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  • EinEin CaliforniaRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Hey

    Guys

    VICTOLY!

    P.S. DH with Guard is awesome. GKs are awesome, only they lack an anti-armor punch, and guard fills that niche very nicely, whereas Guard with Witchhunters isn't quite as clear.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Purgation squads are, as a general rule, a bad idea. Way too many points in one unit who have a hard time getting to their targets and don't get True Grit. Better off using another Guard platoon or a Russ.

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  • The LuggageThe Luggage Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • PiptheFairPiptheFair Frequently not in boats. Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    ben0207 wrote:
    [spoiler:c6e5fbbfe4]Tau is bestest[/spoiler:c6e5fbbfe4]

    I concur.

    What the hell? Back in the day, we played 40k with wooden models and bone dice, and the rules were written on sheepskin by hand. We didn't have any fancy tau.
    And Sqauts.

    Also, it's really hard to represent the basic idea of Necrons. Orcs have their WAAGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH and Tau have The Greater Good. Necrons are kinda silent death machines with gods incarnate leading them. It's hard to coomit their will to writing.

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  • The Count Of Midget FistoThe Count Of Midget Fisto Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    You must take at least one unit of Crisis Battlesuits. You may only take one unit (each) of Stealth Suits, Pathfinders, Hammerheads, Broadsides, Sky Rays, and Pirahnas.

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  • PiptheFairPiptheFair Frequently not in boats. Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    They count as basic unit selections.

    EDIT: FUCK YOU GUY ABOVE ME

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  • The Count Of Midget FistoThe Count Of Midget Fisto Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    PipTheFair wrote:
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    They count as basic unit selections.

    EDIT: FUCK YOU GUY ABOVE ME

    So I'd only be able to take one Railhead into battle? That's Dumb

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  • PiptheFairPiptheFair Frequently not in boats. Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    PipTheFair wrote:
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    They count as basic unit selections.

    EDIT: FUCK YOU GUY ABOVE ME

    So I'd only be able to take one Railhead into battle? That's Dumb
    That's the price you pay for getting CRISIS FUCKING SUITS as a basic unit selection.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    PipTheFair wrote:
    PipTheFair wrote:
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    They count as basic unit selections.

    EDIT: FUCK YOU GUY ABOVE ME

    So I'd only be able to take one Railhead into battle? That's Dumb
    That's the price you pay for getting CRISIS FUCKING SUITS as a basic unit selection.
    Crisis Suits don't take a Troops slot in Farsight Enclaves, unless they changed that for the new codex. You're just required to take one unit as an Elite slot.

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  • PiptheFairPiptheFair Frequently not in boats. Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    PipTheFair wrote:
    PipTheFair wrote:
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    They count as basic unit selections.

    EDIT: FUCK YOU GUY ABOVE ME

    So I'd only be able to take one Railhead into battle? That's Dumb
    That's the price you pay for getting CRISIS FUCKING SUITS as a basic unit selection.
    Crisis Suits don't take a Troops slot in Farsight Enclaves, unless they changed that for the new codex. You're just required to take one unit as an Elite slot.
    Then the special rule is really poorly worded.

    PiptheFair on
  • The Laughing ManThe Laughing Man Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    PipTheFair wrote:
    I just started playing 40k and I started a Tau Army. I'll post pics when I get more units painted.

    I'm think of picking up Farsight and making a Farsight theme army.
    But I don't understand Farsights Breakaway faction rule. "Crisis battlesuits count as 1+ units in the same way as Firewarriors, and the following units count as 0-1 in an army led by O'Shovah: Stealth armour, Pathfinder squads, Hammerhead, Broadside battlesuits, Sky Ray gunships & Piranha skimmers"

    What does that mean in english?
    They count as basic unit selections.

    EDIT: FUCK YOU GUY ABOVE ME

    So I'd only be able to take one Railhead into battle? That's Dumb

    You can still take 3 Broadsides and Sniper Drone Teams.

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  • BrainleechBrainleech 機知に富んだコメントはここにあります Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    When I was building my tau army long ago I went with a 500/2k point theory in that I build an army to play at the 500 point level but then I do have the army to play a 2k or larger battle with
    so I planed on buying
    2 hammerheads 5 devilfish 2/4 boardsides 9/11 crisis suits at least 7 squads of fire warriors a squad or two of stealth suits a couple squads of kroots and so on
    with the new codex I had to take account of what I had and redo my list

    but as when I played 40k I would go ask around what they thought of the army or watch what they played with and make my decidion

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  • spartan128spartan128 Registered User new member
    edited September 2006
    So I'm starting a Tau army. I've already read the rule book and codex and I won an auction on ebay, I'm wondering if I will be able to make a good army with these (probably around 1500 points) and wether I got a good deal on the auction. First the auction, for $177.50 I got 1 Etheral, % crisis suits, 72 fire warriors, 1 fire warrior commander guy (not sure what it's really called), 20 kroot carnivore, 1 shaper, 1 krootox, 8 kroot hounds, 25 gundrones, 6 pathfinders, 1 pathfinder leader, 1 devilfish, 2 broadsides and a hammerhead. I this along with another etheral, another broadside and 2 more kroot hounds which I got for $5 from a friend who didn't need them. I have paint, glue, primer and all that so all I'm doing is waiting for the ebay stuff to get here (bought it on Sunday).

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  • Librarian's ghostLibrarian's ghost Librarian, Ghostbuster, and TimSpork Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    OMFG WE HAVE OUR OWN SECTION!!!!

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  • rucdocrucdoc Crazy guy in the corner ClassifiedRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    can I beat him to death with his own arm, or do I need to file a form for that.

    You seem to have gotten a good deal spartan, gl with you army.

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  • The Count Of Midget FistoThe Count Of Midget Fisto Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    spartan128 that was a kickass deal, I just picked up the MegaForce for 100$ and I though that was a good deal.


    OMFG WE HAVE OUR OWN SECTION!!!!

    DO YOU SEE MY NIPPLES, THEY ARE TOTALLY HARD!!

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  • Librarian's ghostLibrarian's ghost Librarian, Ghostbuster, and TimSpork Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    spartan128 that was a kickass deal, I just picked up the MegaForce for 100$ and I though that was a good deal.


    OMFG WE HAVE OUR OWN SECTION!!!!

    DO YOU SEE MY NIPPLES, THEY ARE TOTALLY HARD!!

    Where the hell did you get a Megaforce for 100 dollars? Me want now!

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  • rucdocrucdoc Crazy guy in the corner ClassifiedRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    yeah really I'd buy it now, just to sell to someone else at a profit

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  • The Count Of Midget FistoThe Count Of Midget Fisto Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    spartan128 that was a kickass deal, I just picked up the MegaForce for 100$ and I though that was a good deal.


    OMFG WE HAVE OUR OWN SECTION!!!!

    DO YOU SEE MY NIPPLES, THEY ARE TOTALLY HARD!!

    Where the hell did you get a Megaforce for 100 dollars? Me want now!

    Local game store had it on sale. But If you order from http://dropzoneonline.ecrater.com/ they sell it to you for 131.75 and that includes shipping. almost as good?

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  • MorskittarMorskittar Lord Warlock Engineer SeattleRegistered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Joeslop wrote:

    It saddens me greatly that we must take arms against the peoples of the galaxy. By their deaths, they deny themselves the liberation that is only to be found in total surrender to the Greater Good.

    KILL. MAIM. BURN.

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  • PiptheFairPiptheFair Frequently not in boats. Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    spartan128 that was a kickass deal, I just picked up the MegaForce for 100$ and I though that was a good deal.


    OMFG WE HAVE OUR OWN SECTION!!!!

    DO YOU SEE MY NIPPLES, THEY ARE TOTALLY HARD!!

    Where the hell did you get a Megaforce for 100 dollars? Me want now!

    Local game store had it on sale. But If you order from http://dropzoneonline.ecrater.com/ they sell it to you for 131.75 and that includes shipping. almost as good?
    That site seems fairly shadey.

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  • Librarian's ghostLibrarian's ghost Librarian, Ghostbuster, and TimSpork Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    PipTheFair wrote:
    spartan128 that was a kickass deal, I just picked up the MegaForce for 100$ and I though that was a good deal.


    OMFG WE HAVE OUR OWN SECTION!!!!

    DO YOU SEE MY NIPPLES, THEY ARE TOTALLY HARD!!

    Where the hell did you get a Megaforce for 100 dollars? Me want now!

    Local game store had it on sale. But If you order from http://dropzoneonline.ecrater.com/ they sell it to you for 131.75 and that includes shipping. almost as good?
    That site seems fairly shadey.

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  • Salvation122Salvation122 Registered User regular
    edited September 2006
    Morskittar wrote:
    Joeslop wrote:

    It saddens me greatly that we must take arms against the peoples of the galaxy. By their deaths, they deny themselves the liberation that is only to be found in total surrender to the Greater Good.

    KILL. MAIM. BURN.
    Okay, Kharn, calm down.

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