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Post#1 » Nov 08 2017 01:05

Real first name: James

Age and gender: 45 Male

Location:Grand Rapids, Michigan

Occupation: forklift operator

How did you get into wargaming? Friend got me into Fantasy in 6th ed.

How did you get into Tau?I like the aesthetic.

What would be your second piece of advice (after "read the freakin' rules") to a new Tau player?
Learn your army by playing it as often as possible.
What is your Tau colour scheme?White black leadbelcher

How did you find this site/the old site, and how long have you been a member? Search engine 10 minutes

What are the origins of your ATT username?a character name from WoD

Have you reviewed the ATT Membership & Forum Rules?yes

Where and how often do you usually play?game store as often as possible

Do you have any other armies, for 40K or another system? Slaves to darkness AoS

What is your favourite and least favourite army to play against?Tyranids least Dark Angels

What is your best and worst 40K moment?

What does/do your family/significant other/friends think about your 'funny toys'?

What are some of you other interests?Ancient dead languages

Do you have any pets?no

What is your favourite band?

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Re: Hello

Post#2 » Nov 08 2017 05:49

Hey James, welcome to ATT. I definitely agree with the "play your army to learn how they work" statement. All the tactics and stats are great, but I've found nothing helps me remember how my little guys work like actually using them regularly.

Also as a classical studies scholar, I have great respect for anyone who can actually learn a dead language :P

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Re: Hello

Post#3 » Nov 11 2017 02:49

I have found that using them helps build "muscle " memory when dealing with the things we can face at the tables.
I also appreciate classical studies majors. I have a number of dead languages under my belt. Currently, I have been teaching myself middle Egyptian. Eventually, I would like to learn Sumerian or one of the other cuneiform languages.

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