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post #31 of 32 (permalink) Old 08-19-13, 03:38 PM
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Yeah I think that 40k gets more marketing.
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I frequently bounce between 40k and fantasy, what ever mood I'm in.

I like 40k because guns and tanks.
Fantasy cause of zombies....and necromancy.
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I love Fantasy. But I never got into warhammer fantasy. I dont know why.
I used to play D&D in high school, and continued it for a bit in the Army.

But Warhammer 40k had me from the get go. I truely love the Dark Sci Fi aspect.
I love how man is a number and not a human. The Imperium of Man is so full of hate, and fueled by eternal war. Entire worlds are purged over the taint of Xenos or Chaos.
You are either a producing member of society, or you are enslaved into service of the Imperium. I dont fully understand my fascination with 40k.....But its there, and its does scare me that whole planets can be wiped out on the whim of an Inquisitor or Guard units summerily executed by Commisars.

Its a dark universe in 40k....its not touchy feelie. Mankind is in the middle of the fight for its life, and will hold nothing back to survive....even at the cost of a planet, or system.
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