As will I, along with PMs about fluff, or how to find the cheapest prices for minis, or a bunch of other gaming stuff, and non-gaming related stuff. Don't make the mistake of thinking it's an "either or" deal when it comes to a gaming forum vs a social forum. If you want pure gaming though, I'm sure there's room for another member at Bolter and Chainsword.
Also, I'd be careful about saying the older members don't contribute to army lists or the like for a few reasons. First, since you joined in 2010, you weren't here when, as Req said, many of us DID do that kind of thing. Go back and search the older pages of the list thread, you'll see myself, Ymmot, Envoy, and Armstrong all responding to lists. I, for one, stopped doing that for a couple reasons, but mostly because a few members (like yourself) joined that were very, very good at it and seemed to enjoy giving feedback, and also because I didn't feel like keeping pace with the metagame of 5th Ed (I've been more interested in playing for fun). Also, some older members, like Westrider, still DO provide gaming advice. Lastly, I'd be careful about making a statement like that because it comes across as somewhat condescending (and I know that wasn't your intention).
Incidentally, I'll send you the comms center password via PM so you can poke around there and see what goes on in there now (hint: It's not much...)
Hey! I got a mention! ..... So that means I'm an old one, too? You know I always saved that term to describe those that were here before me and those that truly bring life to our little community. Be it the avid silliness of the underhive, the humor (which I should say is hard to avoid even when at work), the helpfulness and the advice that we all bring.
I don't consider myself worthy of such a title, I was always the guy who was just there. Sometimes contributing, sometimes asking but never really doing much. Looking back I remember the times when Reds was still a typical member just like myself and the vast majority of this board, before his well deserved advancement. A time when us old ones were the ones giving the advice. I believe Reds even had the nickname of Creed then.
My first forum RP was on this board, though my early days in them I must admit were quite terrible as was my grammar. Looking back, I can describe them both with one word: Disgraceful. Though I seeked improvement and I would like to think that some of my short stories now. (If I ever finish them that is) Are semi decent, not perfect, not bad. But okay. I always ask for criticism, I always look for co-writers, though I never really expect to hear or get them.
Now I am just trailing off, do I deserve such a title? Probably not, as of my own beliefs. Ymmot, Reds, RT, Melissia just to name a few. The rest, you know who you are, they are the life of this board. Not I, not I.
I'm sure most of the men in the galaxy are familiar with the sinking feeling that accompanies the words "Do you think you could do me a little favour, darling?", but when the woman asking the question is an inquisitor it's even less wise than usual to say "No".