Email: "Just wanted to give you a big THANK YOU!
Your site is great! I found help for little things here and there, and your articles are fun reads. I haven't followed your drop pod advice (Shooty Defensive) as i would like to find something to suit my play style a little better.
I find your shooty Templars a bit blasphemous, but thats for another day. ;)
All in all, you are doing a awesome service to Black Templar players!
Now. Give me a reason to take Helbrecht. I still have not found one... :P"
Reply: Haha. You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback! :D
I know that my play-style isn't for everyone, but that is ok. I don't force my ideas on players, but without using them, the mission of Implausible Nature is lost. What my website does it bring in an additional viewpoint to readers, from a competitive standpoint, so that they can make an informed decision how to go about playing their armies. Are my thoughts controversial to the generally held ideals of the community? Yes. But that is what helps facilitate the learning process. Challenging long-held ideas are important to improving your skill level in not only in 40k, but everyday life. :D
Do I think I'm THE expert on the Black Templars? No. But I do know what I'm talking about and I plan to prove it when Nova Open comes around next summer. Plus, one of the big reasons I created Implausible Nature was that I simply did not have the time to individually answer every question that came up in depth. I needed a way to efficiently pass on my experience and knowledge, so I decided that a permanent website was the best place to do this. I figured it would allow me to just say: "Hey, go to this website and it'll give you my answer to your question, as well as answering most of your future questions." That way, other people could do the same. ;)
It is important to note that I don't glean any financial gains from my website. It is simply there. Partially for my desire to put down my ideas on the BT/DE, some for my need to have another distraction in my life, but mostly for my desire to help people get better at using their BT armies. Seeing people spend all that time, energy, and money on their armies...only to not do very well is disheartening. So the goal was to make a positive impact on the community, and from the feedback I've gotten, I have. That is compensation enough for me. :)
As for Helbrecht, you'll have to wait for a new codex for that to happen. Sorry bud. lol!
This blog is not devoted to anything specific. One day it might contain random thoughts about the world or ranting about something, the next day discussing some 40k tactics. More times than not, however, it'll be 40k related. But be aware of this random range of posts! Feel free to comment on anything you see here, provided its on topic. :D