4 comments on “40K: Orks Inbound & other things.

  1. https://restoreredspruce.org/2024/05/13/7u8zp4p I was so very tempted to pick up Orks as my next army, but since I already had a decent start on Chaos, I decided to fill it out instead. I’ve definitely been impressed with all the new Orky models though, and may still be swayed into buying one of the ‘Nauts just to build and paint. 🙂


    Order Xanax Usa Overall, I’m really happy with 7th as well – now that I’ve had some time with it on the iPad (I know I bitched about it a bit early on) and gotten some clarifications. Having never really gotten the 6th Ed rules down 100%, 7th couldn’t have come at a better time.

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  2. source link I feel like limiting CADs and modifying stat lines is Fascist and stupid… not to put too fine a point on it. Running a tournament is one thing, but to rewrite rules and limit that which the GW gods have seen fit to bless each army with, is biased and unfair. If an army is particularly strong in the air, there’s probably something about their ground game that’s not as strong as it could be. If an army is really good in close combat, like my Orks, there’s a good chance their long game is not as great. Every army is good at something. If they are lacking in some part of the game, they probably excel in another. There’s a balance to it that I think GW has done a good job promoting. To change rules, detachment limits and guidelines messes with that balance. I say, if you don’t like the rules of the game, find another game. A “fun” game doesn’t mean limiting an army’s capabilities to suit whatever bias, blind or otherwise, a TO may have. Leave the rules to the rule people and just play ball.

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  3. go site It seems to me that limiting CAD or disallowing Unbound armies at this stage in the game is just reacting poorly to change. “OMG, this is not the same way as it was last edition! Abuse will be rampant! Change it back the way it was!” After a few months for things to shake out, maybe some adjustments will need to be made for the sake of balance. GW isn’t known for their well balanced and tested rules set, or their timely updates after all. But let it play out first and see if there are any problems. Or you know, just stick to playing 6th edition if you fear change that much. Changing stat lines of gear is right out though, for any kind of tournament. If you want to change the way rules work in friendly games, with people you know and are aware of the changes, sure go for it. But tournaments need to have a base understanding of the rules. Major departures from the written rules need to be minimal, well thought out and widely advertised. Otherwise it will just lead to a lot of confusion.

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