So, is 40K 'dead' to people now?

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Re: So, is 40K 'dead' to people now?

Post by Waylander719 » Thu Feb 18, 2016 9:50 am

I find that battlescribe works wonders for list building and the special rules.

Also taking a straight CAD is still perfectly viable in maelstrom games as Objective Secured becomes a much bigger deal when you are contesting objectives every turn and not just the last one.

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Re: So, is 40K 'dead' to people now?

Post by Ankaru » Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:43 pm

Yes, battlescribe is great for most armies in that you don't need a codex to use them. The only ones I find that I do are daemons and chaos. And a little bit for orks, because some of the big mek weapons are only described in the codex.
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