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on 12-27-2010 at 02:20 PM
A long-standing complaint within my gaming club is that the 40k fluff doesn't advance. My question is this: why shouldn't it? Why is it that we need to keep the entire universe locked at 999.M41 when all the books being written seem to jump all over the place? Clearly, Mankind isn't going to be wiped off the map as it's too spread out and arguably too resilient. Take the Cain books, for example. He remarks time after time that faced with the hells of the Warp and the corrupting advances of the Xenos,
on 12-15-2010 at 05:10 AM
As the first calendar year of my 40k (playing) career is drawing to a close, I've been looking back and examining my choices of army and fluff. Actually, I've been looking at pretty much everything except the amount of money I've put into this hobby...but whatever. What's really stood out in my mind is the most recent army decision I've made, which is to run a (mostly) mono-Tzeentch daemon army, and specifically how I got there.
I've been immersing myself in the 40k universe for years,