With the advent of plastic and resin in the hobby over the last two decades an alternate formula is required. The modern gamer must calculate his unpainted masses as an expression of the Figure Unit, greek letter Kappa (K). The K value of a particular figure is based on its weight, its base material, and the number of years since its retail purchase. To calculate a figures K value the gamer must take the figures weight and multiply it by a factor determined by its base material. For lead the factor is 1, for plastic the factor is 4, and for resin the factor is 5. The gamer multiplies the figures weight by the appropriate factor and then divides this by the number of years since retail purchase with a minimum value of 0.5. This will result in the the K value of the figure or group of figures. To determine the probability of death the gamers age is divided by the K value. The probability of a gamers impending doom is the age over the K value multiplied by 0.0001 and expressed as a percentage. If a gamer maintains a K value equal to this age then the probability of death will be 0.0001% at any given moment. As the gamer ages he will need to maintain a larger and larger K value. Additionally the K value will fall the older the figures are in a gamers unpainted pile. Thus the gamer least likely to die is one who consistently purchases new figures to both increase the size of his collection and to maintain its youth. Now try and use this to convince the women in your life.

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The British force

according to your formula, I should have been dead ten years ago!

ReplyDeleteand for teh record, that is not nearly enough russians! you need more, MORE!

Steve

haha...

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