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Who is Who on the B&C
Posted 18 August 2002 - 08:32 PM
So at last check folks were posting pics.age.location type stuff in the old thread at old B&C so feel free to copy it over or post a new one.
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The Cult of Orange -- None Can Withstand Our Color!
Duck Blind Miniatures - The website has been gone for a long time so I've put up a FaceBook page to show what photos I have left or may add in the future.
Duck Blind Minis IG - I do post on IG too but fair warning there are other things (mostly the gym) on here besides minis.
Kurgan's Twitter Feed
Kurgan's FaceBook Page
"And maybe the Traitor Legions would come to their senses, renounce the Ruinous Powers and return to the light of the Emperor." -- Ciaphis Cain on the likelihood of a Mawloc being scared off by a melta blast.
Selling off the PILE OF SHAME! Links to my ebay page for everything that is going up over the next 10 days:
Kurgan's Pile of Shame auctions
Posted 18 August 2002 - 09:57 PM
I am a (nearly 23 year old) Neuroscience Student at the University of Nottingham (so I'm lucky enough to live for half of the year only a 20min walk away from Lenton HQ!).
I am part of a really cool team of guys that run the Maelstrom Crew, a site based upon 40k universe games. Mainly we just enjoy writing, and the community we have there is a really good one too. This year we are going to Games Day UK, and are putting on a demonstration game (so come and say hi if you are also going!).
I am also involved in the Gaming Club Network (GCN), a UK based group that work alongside Games Workshop in improving the club scene. That specifically means that we are helping people to find, set up, and maintain clubs, as we feel that this is the best way of getting people more involved in the hobby, and gives them the greatest chance to learn, develop, and enjoy the games, as well of actually finding people to play against, and to make new friends!
I recently went to the UK 40k GT 1st semi final, and qualified for the final by finishing 40th overall (although 14th= on generalship), where I also had the game of my life against another Space Wolf player!!
Hey everyone - and hope you are all well
Posted 18 August 2002 - 10:02 PM
I'm Inkaras aka Rob formaly known to many as SPLAYER99.
I live in the United states, in PA (unfortunitly). Right outside of Philadelphia.
city of brotherly love my arse.
anyways, glad to see a new skin on this place. and I love this face!
Posted 18 August 2002 - 11:27 PM
Im currently attending (if thats the word ) Farnham College.
I didnt really post much on the old B&C. But that might change with this new site.
Eye for an Eye, Life for a Death
Never Forgive, Never Forget
Kill or be Killed with No Regret
Posted 19 August 2002 - 12:32 AM
Altus Imperator, reporting for duty.
Name: David Radziewicz
Place of Residence: Tampa/Brandon/Bloomingdale, Florida, USA.
Occupation: Last year o' high school, then on to USF.
Pic: None as of yet (as if you would want to see my mug anyway!)
I prefer the Yahoo one. Go ahead and email me if you're bored or something, I do Latin translations, etc as well...
Can't think of any other particular tidbits to put at the moment, so...
Posted 19 August 2002 - 02:36 AM
Playing 40k for about 2 years now, replacing my software wargame habit.
Been posting for about 1 year, playing 40k for about 2 years.
Occupation: Systems Engineer
I play Emperor's Children, around 4500 points currently.
Posted 19 August 2002 - 02:43 AM
been playing 40k for about 3 years now
Posted 19 August 2002 - 05:32 AM
Location: North of Columbus, Ohio, USA
Bio: I'm a senior in High School, and I also work at a drycleaners (it's not as bad as it sounds...good pay for little work...).
Yep...that's a mullet. Okay, let me explain...I had long hair for a while...until the Harry Potter jokes got to be too much. While shaving my head, I had to try a mullet. It's kinda fun...try it some time!
Posted 19 August 2002 - 06:42 AM
I play black templars.
And may i just say that this rocks.
Posted 19 August 2002 - 06:43 AM
live in syd, Australia student in year 10, am 15, work as a burger boy at Maccas, play Space Wolves and WHFB for about 8months
Posted 19 August 2002 - 09:11 AM
A.K.A.: BSH, Rob Friswell
occupation: still in school
Live in Swansea, Wales, UK
been playing 3 years ish
i play salamnders successor, used to play Blood angels(got bored of the tactics, or lack of )
heres a year old(i think) pic of me
incase the pic doesn't work
"I am Holly, the ship's computer, with an IQ of 6000, the same IQ as 6000 PE teachers. "
"quisquis audat vinceret"
Motto of the Fire Knights
Posted 19 August 2002 - 09:18 AM
Age - 29
1 year old son
Gaming since first ed Warhammer 40,000
Live in Farnham, Surrey, England
used to work full time, went to uni, now work as a design/drawing office manager !!!
Armies - BT
Adeptus Custodes (WIP)
Edited by major buzzmore, 25 November 2003 - 05:41 PM.
Then visit www.wookiehole.com for all of your needs.
***NEVER BE AFRAID TO TRY SOMETHING NEW. REMEMBER>>>>AMATEURS BUILT THE ARK. PROFESSIONALS BUILT THE TITANIC.***
Posted 19 August 2002 - 09:18 AM
age 22, been a 40Ker on and off since 1991. Still getting the hang of 3rd ed.
currently living on the fringes of the silicon vallery. occupation is currently limited to being an impoverished graphic design student.
No pictures, please!
Posted 19 August 2002 - 10:06 AM
Jason, 21, from Michigan.
Posted 19 August 2002 - 01:01 PM
Name: Adam McClendon
Title: Plant Engineer
Location: near Cleveland, OH
[HTML]Me feeling a little puffy
Bought Space Hulk v1 in the 90s, then once I got current job started getting 40k stuff
Modus Operandi: Promoter 40k modelling and gaming
Got one of the guys at my job for summer help, to get into 40k
Major George E. Preddy, USAAF
Posted 19 August 2002 - 02:32 PM
Location: Seattle Washington, USA
Been playing Dark Angels since just before their 3rd Ed DA Codex came out.
Posted 19 August 2002 - 04:34 PM
Posted 19 August 2002 - 04:37 PM
--Tech Priest Malachite--
+Name:Johan van Ooij
+Location: Tilburg, the Netherlands
+Job: Currently serving the Machine (at a Japanese plant)
+GW: Since 1995, employed by a local shop to take care of quote:"all those ghastly mini's whose names we keep forgetting " and learned practically every bit of fluff and advice to play there is, just to be more customer-friendly. Now, finally, after buying enough mini's to melt down and cast a 500 pound bomb, I'm starting my very first army. IH SM. And I'm not going to quit doing that untill it is done <fanatical grin> And someday I'll play my very first game.....
Btw my pic is to the left. It's me wearing a Industrial dust mask and safety goggles. It might look funny, but after sneezing once and seeing nothing but silver particles I thought the mask would be very handy. And the safetygoggles came into play AFTER a dremel bit broke off and lodged itself into my forehead, narrowly missing my eyes. Safety first, this game can kill you
Those of you gathered before me have been chosen to reside within the mighty machines of the Adeptus Titanicus. Let their will guide you. Become one with them. And as they teach you, so you must teach them.
May their armor protect your body from the herectics blasphemy, just as the litanies protect your soul. Remember as you enter battle, you are part of the whole. You are but one amongst millions.
Remember that your weapons are more than metal; the flame of spiritual fire burns strong in your souls and adds power to your cause. Smite those that disbelieve, for they have turned from the light and fallen.
Know that the prayers of delivery will protect you from danger, and that you have nothing to fear except misplaced mercy. Go forth with pride and glory.
Part of the sermon made by Tech-Priest Garal to War Griffons Princeps before the delivery of Yrant III
ETERNITY GATE ; for that little bit of extra
Posted 19 August 2002 - 05:01 PM
Name: Guillermo Estrada
Location: Monterrey, Mexico
Job: High priest of the spirit machine (Control and automation engineer).
Army: Dark Angels.
Future Projects: Dar Angel's war machine and going Dallas GT... anyone else?
Posted 19 August 2002 - 06:58 PM
Job: Ford/Lincoln mechanic(techmarine?)
Gaming:began playing 40k back in 92?Cant remember eactly but was just after the second edition came out and prior to most chapter codices.been off and on for several years.
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Posted 19 August 2002 - 07:25 PM
Name: Oliver S. Vistisen
Location: Holte - Denmark, north of KÝbenhavn (Cobenhagen )
Job: Veteran Sgt. Jasul of the Mortifactors 4th company ( i.e. A Student)
Army: Mortifactors... at least I'm trying to compleat it!
Posted 19 August 2002 - 08:39 PM
EZ Board Name: AkaKami
Experience: 1 year and a half
Army: Black Legion
Occupation: Aspiring Superhero
I look forward to getting to know everyone on the board. I hope the integrity of the board will keep up the same tradition of the B&C.
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