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[GZG] Hello

From: "James Hiegel" <james.hiegel@u...>
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 08:35:40 +0900
Subject: [GZG] Hello


I've been lurking on the list for a few weeks now and I thought I should

introduce myself.  I am a US soldier stationed in Okinawa, Japan and I
Warhammer 40K, Full Thrust and now Dirtside II.  I've been playing Full 
Thrust for about 2 years now, when I PCS'd to Japan I was playing 
Battlefleet Gothic.  When some of the other guys in the local gaming
introduced me to Full Thrust I switched over instantly (I used to hate
fact escorts died in 1-2 hits, plus having a design system for custom
rocks!) Lately I've been getting agrevated more and more with GW over
codex creep.  I'm an Ork player, so no shiny toys (or new codex) for me,
that I care I still win over half my games (Choppas rule, ;-)).  So I 
downloaded the Dirtside II rules and played the first scenario in the
This was after scouring the net for cardstock buildings and vehicles to 
print and assemble.  I must say once you run through a couple of turns
game is faster than 40K, I like the chits and markers system.  I got my 
first few models from GZG monday and finished up a few last night.  Once
get my infantry painted I'll play another game and take some photos. 
be running a demo game this weekend for my gaming group and hopefully I
get some other interested.  Personally, I think the smaller scale will
some interest as fire & maneuver plays a bigger part in 6mm scale than
Link to my Full Thrust stuff::
Link to my Dirtside II stuff:

James Hiegel 
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