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Some of my thoughts and experiences playing Warhammer 40K that don't fit in to my main blog - iplay40k.com

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Do you remove mould lines?

I've been building my Orks from my new pile of shame and it's going a lot slower than I thought it would. It takes me probably 30 minutes per model just to scrape off all the mould lines!    When you think I've got nearly a hundred models to build (2 x 20 model units of Boyz was a bad place to start) it's going to take me a millennium before I'm ready to get them primed, painted and onto the tabletop.    As frustrating as it is, I think it's a lot better than the alternative.

I created a new pile of shame in under a week

I recently wrote about selling my pile of shame and how it felt like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders. Then I went on eBay and picked up two more Ork box sets in addition to the Combat Patrol I already had.   It's not the same though, this isn't a pile of shame. It's a pile of potential.   Let me explain.   First and foremost, they were excellent deals. The Beast Snagga army set was £100 and the Imperium Premium Kit was £35. That's value you simply can

You don't save that much on Hachette collections

We've recently been hit with the news that Hachette are launching a new magazine collection, Warhammer 40,000: Combat Patrol.   As someone that bought the Imperium Magazine collection (in it's entirety), let me tell you this - you only save money if you're going to paint and play every single model. If not, you'll breakeven at best and, most likely, lose money.   Let's say you only wanted one or maybe two combat patrols from the set. You still have to sell off all the rest. H

A hard reset on my pile of shame

I got back into 40K 10th edition after a break during 8th and 9th. Life happened - you know how it is! When I came back, it's safe to say I got a bit too excited buying new models. I had over 3000 points of Primaris Space Marines in a nice, juicy pile ready and waiting. I had such good intentions - I really was going to paint and play with them all, however as time went on and my rate of painting stayed at it's traditional slow pace, those models started to feel like a burden. Towards the
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