Suddenly having realized its been a flipping month since I posted anything here, I figured I should do something about that. However, since the only people who I know read this are A). sadly confused alien cryptographers attempting to translate, decode, and possibly circumvent Human "military strategy" from their "terribly-insecure defense internet", or B). the lonely Google-surfer straining to find some useful information about the Tau for his own interests, his "friend's army", or to bide the time between endorphine injections, the entire concept of "posting a quick blurb of absense" is more to disuade my own psyche of the uselessness of throwing tidbits of random, rambling, and reasonably redundant information into an incohesive batch of nonsense I call "Good for the Greater Good!"
Also, I haven't been playing a lot of 40k recently, what with the internet class out of UofNC and applying for jobs in wyoming (not to mention starting a Lizardmen blog that will hopefully jump-start my painting/throught processes with that army as much as this one has with the Tau), so battle reports and repetitive, untested army list ideas are a bit more useless than the usual hard-to-fathom dribble.
Damn, I love this blog. Venting through angsty and depressive commentaries is actually very theraputic -- most especially when I'm neither angsty or depressed :)
Expect a battle report from the coming Tuesday (hopefully), and one or two at the Lizardmen blog about my painting status. Having 5 Tau Tanks and a bunch of battlesuits to paint up is perhaps more daunting than 30-odd Saurus, 20-odd skinks, a Stegadon, and some (yet to be recieved/assembled) Terradons.
I'll get back to the Tau Painting eventually... hopefully when I'm bored in Wyoming after having secured a job and settling down actually within walking distance of my girlfriend (Texas and Minnesota are, while cheap to fly between, faaaaar to far apart for either of us. This will thankfully change soon, with us meeting (ironically) halfway in the middle when she starts Grad School in Wyoming.)
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