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An issue from our last Apocalypse game:
The Trygon is a Tyranid gargantuan creature, and so at first glance, according to Apocalypse, should move according to the gargantuan creature rules.
However, Apocalypse also does not contain the Trygon's stats, but refers back to 'Imperial Armour IV', where the Trygon is given Beast movement.
I'd be content with Apocalypse superseding IA:IV except for two things. Firstly, Apoc refers back to IA:IV at all, and thus suggests that the IA:IV Trygon statline is still current. And secondly, the Trygon's statline in IA:IV gives it the 'Gargantuan creature' rule AND the 'Beast' rule. These notions give me the idea that the Trygon moves as a beast and follows the gargantuan creature rules for everything else, just like a winged hive tyrant gets a flight move but otherwise behaves as a monstrous creature.
But there is also a third, fiendish possibility: that the Trygon moves as a gargantuan creature, but then gets the beast's extra fleet-of-slither and charge range.
Imperial Armour apocalypse is the book you need for this one, cant restate rule, breaks copyright
Everything you have been told is a lie!
Another weighty tome to purchase. Fabulous.
Thanks for the tip. :-)
God I hate how many books there are...