Ahhh, but most importantly, you get **** done.
It's all well and good to pontificate endlessly about how you're going to stitch each skeletons name inside his underwear, but it doesn't mean anything if you never finish the models.
You, sir, have a snazzy looking Daqan starter set on the books!
This game is more in my wheelhouse. I played X-Wing for a while, but the dependency on upgrade combinations and the prepainted system, it felt more like a CCG to me than a miniatures game.
RWM feels more like a, for lack of a better term, proper miniatures game. Yes, it'll have upgrade combos, but they don't seem as dependent. And the hobby aspect is much more immersive. I also think they've taken so much attention to detail with the components of this game that the overall value is really high