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When seeking a clarification on rules or complex combinations of rules does it violate librarium-online.com policies to give page and paragraph numbers for the location of the rules in the rulebook and codices? Can I give direct quotes from a book since more often then not it's the specific wording of the rule that clarifies or confounds?
I'm not one of the moderators or anything so lofty, but giving page and paragraph information is absolutely no problem at all. In fact, this is usually the preferred method for two reasons: 1) it helps folks to find the answer to the rules question for themselves and allows them to mark the BRB or something similar, and 2) it keeps down the amount of quoted text, which is good. GW are very strict about the amount of their IP which is used on sites such as this, and have been known to close down sites who stray too far too often.
I'm sure the moderators will be along shortly to give a fuller version of things.
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