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Σl.Ðestructo

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#1 14 years ago

hey has anyone out there ever had some experiance with Games Workshop's Warhammer table games/collectables? i have memorys of when i was 11-12 and a friend was lucky enough to get some, and its not really for kids that age, but at the time it cost like AU$300 , and i obviously couldn't afford any, and have realised i really need a new hobby. I would appreciate some info on where to get started and whether or not it is even worth contemplating? i know almost all people who collect it do so to build massive armies to go to war at special events, but im probably just in it for the collection. Cheers, El_D




*Soviet.Power

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#2 14 years ago

Some of my friends used to play it, but i never saw the point. The figures cost loads of money. Looks fun to paint them though, that part is cool, but u pay like £50 for 1 tank. Not much point really. The game itself is very complicated and takes about 2-3 hours to play one match.




_Ragnarok_

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#3 14 years ago

I have a lot of experience in this. I reccomend you simply start with the boxed set and work your way from there. Im lucky in that my uncle is a store manager and I can get then cheap :)




Shadow_The_Hedgehog

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#4 14 years ago

lol they are also making a warhammer game Dawn of War or something




Octovon

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#5 14 years ago

Two of my friends were into Warhammer crazy style. One of them has nearly $1000 worth of Warhammer people, vehicles, etc. (but knowing how expensive Warhammer is, thats not too much). The other only has about 50 little guys, don't remember what they were though. Personally it was too expensive a hobby for me to get into, I have the money, but I have better things to spend that on.




Σl.Ðestructo

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#6 14 years ago

Hmm... chief, u mean pc game or online or what, 'cos i recently got WarHammer40k: Rites of War on PC from a friend and have no idea how old it is, which is what got me interested again, but personally i think the older Warhammer: Final Liberation was much better quality and more fun, and i wanna find the full version of that somewhere as well... and the boxed set, how much do u think it would be? , as i can't seem to find any prices for it anywhere online, except US sites.




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#7 14 years ago

ok In the UK I belive the price for either boxed set is 50£. Wow someone still has Final liberation, its a good game but the new one (Dawn of War) looks set to be great. Anyone else seen the E3 video and youll see what I mean.




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#8 14 years ago

Saw my friend playing it, you need a lot, to have a good collection and it costs tres in the mulla department.




cosmicthoughts

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#9 14 years ago

I used to participate when I was in my early teens - it's alright, but you kind of outgrow it, and end up with models you don't want....




valo270

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#10 14 years ago

warhammer 40k kicks ass so do it and have fun. don't forget to visit my warhammer playing team's website at www.firebiscuits.4t.com. have fun - Valo:moon:




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