If your skin is any shade of green that may not be the case.
My recently completed Squig Herder unit
I am by no means a great WFB player. I have a better than average grasp of the rules, and a pretty good hold on the tactics of the game. I have won my fair share of games. Having said that, I have now lost my last
I am now in the perfect storm of "What the hell should I do!". Not just with my Orcs and Goblins, but with many things. I have exhausted the ideas I have stolen from others for posts so I am not sure what to post (hence this post). I am not sure if I should devote my hobby time to painting O&G, building a new army (most likely Warriors of Chaos), or working on some new terrain aimed at WFB.
On one hand I would really like to finish painting my O&G army out to at least 2000pts. Problem there is that means I have to keep playing them. See I am not the type of guy that can focus on several armies at once. If I start playing with a different army I will want to paint/work on them. I am not entirely happy with the performance of my O&G right now so I am not sure I want to play them right now. Maybe I have somehow upset Gork and Mork somehow. Anyone know a good shaman who might be able to help. Perhaps my miniatures are upset with the paint that I have stained their pristine metal and plastic skin with (I have been known to avoid painting armies for long durations, this particular one has went un-painted for oh 12 years or so). Maybe I need to do some dicerobics. They tend to do well out the gate, but their stamina fades and they want to roll crap starting in turn three. New dice are on the way so maybe that would help.
I could start a different army. That would not be unheard of from me. I have been trying to be more disciplined in that are though, so maybe that is not the best.
Here are some pics..one of the cases holding my armies, and that other of boxes hold parts of armies!
I could set my army painting to the side and maybe focus on some terrain for a bit. I do normally enjoy it. I have made or had my hand involved in much of the terrain we use at the FLGS for tournament. Most of the stuff we have there is more sci-fi geared. Granted some could work both ways, but it would be nice to have some that was obviously fantasty. As you can see from this picture I have some uncompleted projects in that area as well.
Add all this to the fact that I have this interesting new hobby of a blog, along with some great new people interested in what I am doing, and I am at a loss for ideas of what to tell them. Thus we have cerebral flatulence such as this article. Hope fully you all can forgive me for this.
So as you can see, I am in a bit of crisis as it seems. Well crisis may be a harsh word, but I am a bit lost in what to focus my time on. Who knows, maybe inspiration will strike me soon and all will be well.