Warhammer 40k game players usually start playing the game with their friends, continue playing in tournaments hosted by various game shops and even the workshop itself.
Warhammer 40k fights vary in duration depending on the type of battle being played. Some battles can last hours, some even days. You can also buy your own inexpensive warhammer models from various online stores.
The selection of an army or race is usually based on three criteria: army appearance, history, and tactics. Each army is different in its own way and you will soon discover that no army is perfect.
Each of them has advantages and disadvantages, and winning the game usually depends on each player's strategy as well as luck.
Once you've decided on an army and read the Warhammer 40k rules and army-specific "code", you can now continue to buy your first model. The interesting thing is that you can assemble and draw your own models.
This makes each part of your army unique from your opponents and allies. Once your army is ready for battle, the next thing you and your opponents need is to set the rules and objectives for the battle and set the landscape on your 40k counter.
The Game Workshop has also created its own 40,000 battlefields available on the market, but most of the battles take place on custom battlefields created by the players themselves.