G2 wrote:Thank you TTR and Foggy for replying to question. I now know that using Lego as a 'proxy' army in Warhammer is not a good idea.
But I think my original question my have been a little confusing. I was not meaning that you use a Lego army up against a proper GW army. I was meaning that you set a game ENTIRELY of Lego, including scenery and the two opposing forces (just like a Brikwars game) but you use the Warhammer rules, for movement, combat and everything else.
Bonn-o-Tron wrote:Hmm....the term "Hardcore Brikwars" comes to mind...
Captain Nomouth wrote:Oh...
ninkybob wrote:Personally, I think the comp. games are antisocial and take the fun right out of the hobby. If you don't want to do the painting, modeling and assembling that comes as a package deal with Warhammer, then you shouldn't play it! Go play some cheap WizardsOTC miniature game and blow your brains out with all the hexes and unrealistic special rules. Those who don't want to play actual Warhammer shouldn't be handed an easy way into the game on a silver platter.
ninkybob wrote:Those who don't want to play actual Warhammer shouldn't be handed an easy way into the game on a silver platter.
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