Real gamers do it on the table

…none of this new-fangled online “gaming”!!! Ciepher has a Warhammer 40k tattoo, specifically, the emblem of the assassins. The tattoo was done at Camberley Tattoo Studio in (duh) Camberley.

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Shannon Larratt is the founder of BME (1994) and its former editor and publisher. After a four year hiatus between 2008 and 2012, Shannon is back adding his commentary to ModBlog. It should be noted that any comments in these entries are the opinion of Shannon Larratt and may or may not be shared by LLC or the other staff or members of BME. Entry text Copyright © Shannon Larratt. Reproduced under license by LLC. Pictures may be copyright to their respective owners. You can also find Shannon at Zentastic or on Facebook.

24 thoughts on “Real gamers do it on the table

  1. How the hell does a GIRL with a Warhammer tattoo get two discrete comments? Are there no nerds on a section of the net devoted to tattoos and piercings?


  2. Must be fake, everyone knows there are no women to be found in the intertubes.

    Seriously though; more nerdy modded girls please.
    (more of general plea to the universe than a reqest for posts)

  3. ok 2+ save on my termi… oh great your random ass gaunt just killed my termi lord…

  4. Consider that I took this myself, kneeling in the bathroom besides the radiator where my camera was balanced on a pile of towels. From the blur on my glasses and necklace and the reflection of the flash on the tile, you can see that it’s not a very good photo and that the flash has washed my colour out a bit.

    The tattoo is a lot darker and clearer than it looks here, and I’m happy enough with the quality to be getting my second tattoo at the same place.

  5. Real-ass geek question:
    So, what Temple is it for? Callidus?

  6. Callidus, yep.
    I’ve never had a static appearance, and seem to change my looks with my mood. Just in the last five years I’ve had about eight different hair colous. Also, as a roleplayer, I play various different characters.
    When I saw some WH40k art of a Callidus Assassin with this crest on her shoulder, I knew I wanted mine too! XD

  7. I love 40k. But I have to say, this is not a very good looking tattoo. i don’t think the flash excuses it. The lines look very broken and blown out. This looks like it was done in a garage. Sorry, but it’s true. There are myriad better artists who could do a finer job translating or reimagining the fantastic artwork of the 41st millenium. Jes Goodwyn quality this not. Would be easy enough to cover up tho.

  8. All i have to say is… thats pro, callidus are prolly the most interesting of the Assassins as well. personally im still yet to decide on what im getting done as a tat, i do know it will be based off the Dark Angels chapter.

    interesting way to take the pic with the pile of towels thing :P

    pro, peace out…

  9. callidus assasins are one of the most un-explored characters in the mighty 40k universe… i must say they are one of the coolest

    im suprised there arnt more requests to remove the hand.. le’sigh*

    anyways… im interested to see you wearing the tattoo in other photos, and pic of ur ‘changed appearances’ =)

    if u want an amazing callidus role-model to read about
    read The Inquisition War

    she plays a hardcore char… kinda like trinity in the matrix but ALOT more hardcore =D

  10. Beautiful tat and quite a beauty yourself! :D Love the Guard am a chaos player myself but that makes me want to start cadia :P

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