Neston

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Neston
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Neston

Post#1 » Aug 21 2017 11:54

Real first name:
Zoltán

Age and gender:
26/M

Location:
Hungary

Occupation:
Engineer

How did you get into wargaming?
By my teacher in the high school.

How did you get into Tau?
I really like the idea of the exoskeletons and battlesuits, and the tau have exactly like this!

What would be your second piece of advice (after "read the freakin' rules") to a new Tau player?
Optimising the markerlight support and the positioning.

What is your Tau colour scheme?
It is kind a vior'la scheme, I just using darker red.

How did you find this site/the old site, and how long have you been a member?
Via google. I looked a forum where I can discuss anything about the tau.

What are the origins of your ATT username?
From admiral Nelson.

Have you reviewed the ATT Membership & Forum Rules?
Of course.

Where and how often do you usually play?
2-3 times in a month, it is depends my free time. And in the nearest club.


Do you have any other armies, for 40K or another system?
Nope.

What is your favourite and least favourite army to play against?
Iam a new player, so I don't have so much exp, but I really enjoyed play vs. Marines.

What is your best and worst 40K moment?
Best: one turn dreadnought and predator destroyed with my two commanders.
Worst: 3 guardsmen and one commisar wiped my 3 man crisis team (7th ed).

What does/do your family/significant other/friends think about your 'funny toys'?
My parents think this is just a money waste, but my girlfriend and some of my friends like it.

What are some of you other interests?
Reading, pc games.

Do you have any pets?
Nope, but it will.

What is your favourite band?
Skillet, Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin.

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Tael
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Re: Neston

Post#2 » Aug 29 2017 03:39

Hi!

Excuse the delayed hello, so many new members so quickly and from Europe particularly - great to see. Thanks for joining the community :)

Look forward to your input on the forum and feedback playing games in 8th edition as you develop your collection.

I wouldn't worry about wasted money, there are so many pursuits in life that lack any evidence after the fact. Every model I have, I can remember my friends and the games we had when I used the miniature, or the great conversations when I was painting models. So many times you spend money, and the event is over and done. Not with models, like music they connect you to the games and times that surround them. :)

- Tael.

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