So I have been perusing my rulebook and have decided to play a Hive World Scummer - Darling of the HellBitches, no less! Armed with a shotgun, autopistol, and her underhive smarts, she'll be more than a match for the effete fops and dandies of the rarified investigations of the Inquisition... I hope. Watch this space for more on her and her story later.
Massively unforgiving close-up of Darling.
Ah, I'm going to have fun blasting heretics, mutants and aliens with her and her shotgun!
In addition, I recently found Old-Games.com, a website that has almost 7,000 computer games from the 1980s to early 2000s which can be downloaded for a ridiculously nominal fee. I paid £4.03 and got Close Combat 2: A Bridge Too Far, Populous: The Beginning, and Dracula: Reign of Terror. These were all games that I played endlessly in my youth (along with such gems as Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri and Age of Wonders), and which I haven't played - for one reason or another - for years.
Suffice it to say that Operation Market Garden is taking up much of my time at the moment...
...oh yes, and I am painting Al Front's allotment shed for him.