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Must Contain Minis04 Dec 2020 2:35 p.m. PST

Hey everyone. I am not a huge fan of GW. Generally, I like to support the other companies out there and play games that others outside of our group might consider "obscure." You know the types of games. The ones that people call Historical or Indie.

Anyhow, I went out and bought a Warhammer 40,000 Recruit Edition Starter Set to see what 9th is about. Overall, it is a pretty good value as far as GW is concerned. On Must Contain Minis, I posted a written review. On YouTube, I published a narrated video slideshow reviewing the product. Please take a look if you are either wondering about the product, or want to check out my newest video and review.

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