[NetEpic ML] Re: Favorite armies

From: Peter Ramos <pramos1_at_...>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 1999 21:11:28 +0000


Cool! I concurr with your Alaitoc analysis since I too painted my Eldar force in
its colour, the close second was Sam Hain.

Is it my favorite? You'll have to wait to find out some more....


Justin Ho wrote:

> At 08:24 PM 3/16/99 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi!
> >
> >Since I know that Simon has commented that there are quite a few on this
> >list and to coax them to participate, I'll ask a simple question:
> >
> >Whats your favorite army and why?
> >
> >Once I hear from some of you I will also spill the beans.
> >
> >Peter
> >
> I'll start off. Favorite army:
> Alaitoc Eldar
> I chose Eldar at first because I liked the look of the figures (old ones
> not the new ones). The background also seems to indicate the Craftworlds
> are one of the better places to live in the 40K universe, if one actually
> had to live there. They also know the true threat of Chaos unlike the vast
> majority of the citizens of the Imperium.
> I chose Alaitoc because I liked the color scheme. Ulthwe's scheme was
> too dark for my tastes since I'm not of the black = automatically cool
> crowd. The other Craftworld colors seemed too clashing or gaudy. Alaitoc
> colors were striking yet complemented each other nicely IMO. Plus I
> thought the Sword of Vaul (Anaris) symbol was elegant yet powerful.
> Reading more into the backgrounds, Alaitoc appears to be less "stuck up"
> and stiflingly rigid than the other Craftworlds, yet not as
> barbaric/anarchic like Saim-Hann. It also has the advantage of not being
> so hemmed in by the Imperium so there's more freedom for narrative campaigns.
> And those free Scouts come in pretty handy, though it didn't play a
> factor in my choice. :)
> Justin
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