Hi To everybody at Lustria. It's been a long and windy track to get back to Lustria. The last time I played any form of Warhammer was with second edition sometime in the mid to late 80's.Back then it was three books in a box. Those late heavy tomes (Riles)you have, well lets say never existed back then. It was a magical time when Lustria was just appearing and the Slann were a young race to us old time gamers. I just can't explain just how exciting it was to us old gamers to get a non humanoid race to charge across the battle table. And who was responsible for me getting into Warhammer fantasy battle and move from Dungeons and Dragons. It was Kremlo. And here he is. That baby Slann that was recued and given a home by some Norse warriors that had settled in Lustria. So it comes as no surprise he's dressed as a Norse and not in his native Lustrian garb. Times change and it appears the hobby did a lot as well in my absence (marriage).On my return last year I hardly recognised the gaming scene. It had changed beyond recognition. My plan was to take up where I had left off with fantasy battle, but it appears I had missed the boat. The End Times had come and gone and the Age of Sigma was upon us and with it total chaos in the gaming community. So I am still undecided where I want to be. Do I embrace Age of Sigmar just as a casual gamer, would it be better to step back and turn my back on modern GW rule sets and go for 8th or earlier. Should I join the Oldhammer movement which seems to be growing steam. Is there another set of rules out there which will enable me to field an army I want? At the end of the day it's what will eventually be felt in the heart and of course what is being played in my local community. Over the last year and my attempted return to the community I have been buying up models willy nilly from here and there.Nothing in particular. A box of Skaven from this boot sale, a handful of Goblins from that school fete. E-bay has played a part in obtaining many great pieces. But surprisingly the areas I have had the most success at obtaining bulk miniatures has so far failed to produce any Lizard men at a reasonable price. I have always had a soft spot for Dinosaurs, and as a child there was nothing better then a dinosaur film. All children go through the dinosaur phase, just some of us never grow out of it. It's this long term life long passion that has started to surface and fuel my hunt for something a little more me when it comes to gaming. Lizardmen hits the spot perfectly. So now my hunt is on for troops to start to build a new army. The first I must add in over 26 years or more. Slann lovely Slann. Just how I remember them from the mid 80's Slann being carried by human slaves. Two early Lizardmen. The one with the bow belongs to Karnac's lizard raiders set. I feel they both have great toothy smiles.Guess they are just happy to be part of a growing Lizardman army once again. Until next time,good luck and be happy.