As promised, here's the final picture of my Stuka before flying off to bomb France tomorrow. The paintjob is far from the best, but I think it's decent enough. The bright greens were toned down, and the panels are now more visualised.
I am really looking forward for a picture of the whole German force. Hope everyone can make it tomorrow.
The Casual Gamer
Recently, there was a...discussion...regarding what constitutes a casual gamer. These are only a few from the long list of definitions that were brought up:
- One who builds and plays his army by the fluff.
- One who builds and plays with unconventional army entries.
- One who plays in large scale games.
- One who plays with house/home-brewed/unofficial rules with opponent's consent.
- One who does not complain about the official rules.
- One who thinks outside the box to exploit the rules in the codex/armybook in a certain manner that encourages the community to be similarly creative.
- One who is not a rules lawyer.
- One who doesn't play in tournaments nor being a tournament-centric person.
- One who simply wants to have a game.
Whatever the definition might be, I am not going to argue as I perceive all of the above to be correct, even though some may seem a bit off. As long as one is consistent and not contradictory with the definition that he preaches, it is fine by me. On a personal note, my definition of a casual gamer is: One who approaches the game in a casual manner. For all I care, you can bring the most broken army list or even TA-ed me in the game, but if your attitude is right, there shall never be any problems.
That's all I have to say. Sorry if it turned out to be a mini-rant, it's just something that I need to let out off my chest. But, do spare a little time to think about what I've just said.