I find myself amazed by Wargamers these days. They can memorise the most complex rules systems and tables and equations.
However they seem to fail to understand a basic sign that says 'do not touch the models'
I'm referring of course to the shelves in the shop behind the counter.
You know. The shelves with the models on, with the big sign that says Do not touch the models!!!!!
I'm getting pretty cheesed of with cack handed incompetents picking up my models then breaking them.
For example my new dark eldar model where the gunner had been broken off and the gun is now missing. The model was just returned to the shelf sans gun.You know who you are.. Thanks a lot. Where is the gun.? Why wasnt it put back on shelf ? I was planning to sell these models. Also I found one of my ork figures in its constituent parts. How someone managed to do this beggars belief. Not just an arm off ..Every single part separated.. How is that even possible ? only way you can be that clumsy is if you have advances Parkinson's disease. Or youre retarded. Either way you shouldn't be picking up delicate items. Maybe you shouldn't be out of the house without a helper in case you stab yourself in the eye with your own thumbs..
I spend f##king ages building these models. I'm happy to have them on the shelf to enhance the warhammery feel to the shop. Yvonne has put the sign up for a reason yet still people ignore it. So here's another reminder from an extremely pissed off painter
You can look but
DO NOT TOUCH THE GODDAM FIGURES. !!!!! Ever .....
Rant over . Thanks