Needing to get some regular games, I decided to just jump in and joined a 300 points league at the very friendly Enfield Gamers, who meet every Tuesday at the United Reform Church Hall in Ponders End. Steve, who does a lot of the organisation, is addicted to tea, and makes a cup for everyone every 20 minutes or so – quality!
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So, after realising that Infinity was the game for me, it was time to set about the incredibly important decision of choosing a faction [this was before I realised that sticking to one faction was like trying not to chew a Fruit Pastille] . I think my categories at the time were;
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7th edition 40k killed my gaming group. After meeting fairly regularly on a monthly basis towards the end of 5th and through 6th, there were just so many things to argue about. Are superheavies allowed? [definite yes for me as I had a commission painted Warhound, hur hur hur] Should we use the random objectives or the standard missions? Is Forgeworld allowed? [To be honest I was a little surprised we were still arguing about this!] Should we allow allies? Should we allow Unbound or stick to Battleforged? Cue Facebook arguments, hissy fits all round, and clandestine games between those who wanted to play 40k the ‘right’ way. And a growing realisation that I just wasn’t enjoying playing 40k anymore. Ebay beckoned for my beloved Sisters [with Rogue Trader vehicle goodness], Warhound Titan [which felt like putting my own child up for adoption] and RT era Inquisitor allies. Had a great holiday to India with the proceeds though, despite getting a dodgy henna tattoo on my foot from a smiling local [this is supposed to be an ‘Om’ but instead looks like a glowing penis]…
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