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Actually in our big cities we also have really dangerous areas.
And we have problems with Soccer Fans AKA Hooligans, and people who fight over political issues, some even fight about political issues from theri country of origin..
Crime rates are mostly low, but in several areas in the bigger cities we have problems with certain youths.
In the more rural areas we have problems with roaming gangsters from Eastern Europe and yes we also have criminal bikergangs,
So no, it is not always peaceful and sunny here.
I was born in Rotterdam, big city, moved because of work and later love. lived in several places.
Now I live in a small town called Venray, more of a rural area, and that is so much friendlier!
Anyway taking it all in consideration, the Netherlands is still a good place to live.
Some places are bad, but that is something you will see all over the world.
Some people are bad, also nothing new.
Overall, we have a good life.
Nice set up! I look forward to seeing Dilvish's and Chaoswolfs reports from their "detailed notes".
There is a bit of a learning curve as to what works and what doesn't. And keeping behind cover is an imperiative! Be sure to try and add Fog or Wall to your new and improved spell line up. :)
From what I see and read here, it will only be better.
This is a good thing, the weapon sprues seem to be very sturdy.
Great..no more bent weapons, swap them if nessecary!
And maybe with the new formula painting a human sized Bones will be better, since the detail might be sharper.
I'm really looking forward to paint those big monsters eventhough I don't have enough display room.
I will store them in plastic containers and rotate batches that get to be on display for a while.
But the fun of painting and modelling!
I can't wait!!!
But I'll have to! First France then when I get back it will be waiting for me ( I hope)
Since my stuff goes through UK first it might take a little longer, but it will save me money, so YAY!!!
I also expect the Terrorbirds from Venus 1888 Women at War by then, the ones Talespinner sculpted.
So much goodness coming!
I fear I might not live long enough to paint it all...and yet...I'm anticipating Bones IV....I ssooooooo hope there will be something prehistoric in there...
Or more terrain...