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The Geek Lyfe is an independent media outlet focused on delivering our readers inspiration, education, and entertainment. We focus on creating inclusive content that features the hard work of Indies, PoC, LGBTQ, and more!

What separates us from the rest:

  • The majority of our staff are incredible women.
  • Minority-owned.
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Eagle Ordinary! Warhammer 40k Comic!

Enjoy Warhammer 40k? Every wonder what it'd be like in the shoes of an Imperial Guardsmen(Or Astra Militarum, which ever name you prefer!) then look no further than EAGLE ORDINARY COMICS! We are huge fans of their work and will be featuring their content on our site every week!

Eagle ordinary is a comic based off of a tabletop RPG played by a bunch of nerds on the internet. Sometimes a story is just so cool you just have to share it with your friends. This is one of those stories.

This comic is based off of a game of Only War, a Table Top Game by Fantasy Flight Games within the Warhammer 40k universe by Games Workshop. It's one in a series of books, which also include Dark Heresy, Rogue Trader, Black Crusade and Deathwatch. Most everyone in our group has played each of these at some point in time and have for some time now, along with others.

First impressions of Warhammer 40k Eternal Crusade

I feel as though I should admit upfront that I am a huge Warhammer 40,000 made by Games Workshop fan. I was first introduced to this grim game in 2007 by a friend of mine. I spent an entire paycheck of $160 on a Chaos Space Marine battle set which is their starter kit. I struggled through piecing the miniatures together, covered them in a terrible paint job, before joining in a triple threat match with my buddies who had flawless armies, custom paint jobs that looked like works of art and they had memorized various rules and strategies to use in battle. Despite the high cost, incredibly high learning curve, and the excessive set up time before even getting into a match, I was in love.