Chozon1 wrote:Dude. The storm bolter rocks. Major paintjaerb improvment. O_o Same with the egyptian seargeant. Awesome sauce.
neilestuye wrote:How many art points do you need to be able to make creations of beauty like these? I'm interested.
Really, fine and polished works of art.
ArcticFox wrote:Thanks! (But that's a Heavy Bolter. A Storm Bolter is way smaller. )
ArcticFox wrote:Funny you ask. My son, my wife and I were discussing this earlier. Different games have different investments in money to get rolling. Per miniature, Warhammer is the cheapest, but it takes a LOT of minis to play a Warhammer game, so the result is that it has a much higher cost associated with it. Depending on which game and what size army you want to build, it can cost anywhere from $200 to about $500 to get rolling. That doesn't include paint and stuff, but that's not too much.
Chozon1 wrote:Warmachine is a bit cheaper, I think. Requires less models/dice to play, and the rule book is only $30 (half the price of a Warhammer rulebook).
In fact, (though I know not if they are good; Arctic may could tell you) you can grab a Warmachine faction starter box off of Amazon for $30 or so.
I'm actually back to considering Warmachine, for the record Arctic. Flippity floppity goes teh Chozons. I mean...at this point, I've only put about $10 into Warhammer, so I'd not feel bad about changing.
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