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I'm supposed to be revising, but I found this today and couldn't resist a chuckle.
What's amusing about this is that I remember a battle report a long time ago with Lord Varlack as a villain, and he was killed by a land speeder multi melta.
Can anyone think of any other examples in which GW has used battle reports to determine the fluff.
If so, will the battle reports of today determine some of the fluff of tommorow?
If so, I can tell you the future. Marines always win.
orks vs marines , when second edition came out. its the one where dante gets his brain fried, WD 166 I thinks it was:shifty: :yes:
FluffMaster on a mission to turn people to the Sisters of battle, yes folks it's all about SoB squads in Repressors with lots of flamer templates for the win.
I believe you mean Tycho.
Revenge is a dish best served with mayonnaise and those little cheesy things on sticks.
+++ Osric the Loopy, planetary governor of Corania (appointed 756.M41, removed from office by the Officio Assassinorum 764.M41) +++
The iron warriors vs Black legion one when the current chaos Codex first came out (Cant remember the issue) in Dead sky black sun Honsou mentions it and i beleieve the axe he carries is the one the black legion champion had.
Ask not the ruleboys a question for they shall give you three answers each true and terrifying to behold
Ghazkull's wargear and powers. They were originally rolled for on some RT random generator thing by Andy Chambers before a battle report waaaay back (I don't know when) and the fluff made for them afterwards.