Next time you play a game of Warhammer don’t forget to bring the fun. As it turns out it’s actually kind of important.
Doctor Z here from Doctor Z’s Laboratory
Over the last 10 or 15 years, really since the start of the internet age the way people approach games has become increasingly homogeneous.
Is Warhammer Losing it’s Soul?
Competitive players hate Randomness. It’s the ultimate mitigation of skill. If I’m the best player in the world (I’m not) and I’m playing against the worst the only way I’m losing that game is if random chance goes against me. That means I want my army to include as few random effects as possible, I want my army to do what I want it to do when I want it to do it. D6 charts are not reliable.
A Night/Day Away from Real Life
Zen and the Art of Painting
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Roll Around in the Endless Piles of Fluff
Once again if you’ve hated everything I’ve had to say or if you have a 40k related question or comment of any type please send it to me at [email protected] and I may just but it in my impending mailbag column.
Did I leave out the reason you love the game the most? Do you hate some or all of these things?