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When a unit is 0-1, let's say pariahs, is this 0-1 per force organisation chart or army? If I were to play a 3000 point battle with 2 FOC's could i have 2 squads of pariahs? or is it 0-1 regardless of how many FOC's you have?
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If you were playing a team game, you'd be allowed a unit of pariahs each, becasue you've got seperate armies. Same with the second force organisation chart. Seperate armies.
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The 0-1 does not mean one per game, it means one per army. Two FOC's is two armies meaning you could have an 0-1 unit in each army.
Inquisitor Lord Anderson is right, it means one per army
this discussion has also been made regarding to field a C'tan which people still find it hard to understand the phrase
one per army
"Q. If you are fielding two or more detachments, do the limits for wargear/units/vehicles that are limited in number (0-1 Battlewagons or Iron Halos for example) still apply?
A. Yes, unless the armies are discrete, ie. in a Blood Angels/Ultramarines alliance each could have an Iron Halo."
That also applies to units that prevent the use of other units. If you had a DH army with Grey Knights, you couldn't take a second FOC that includes Daemonhosts.
Also if you induct an assassin into your army from either WH or DH. You cannot get a second one (of any temple) by using another FOC.
You can bend the 0-1 rules in really large games, but that's about it.. Those force charts are designed for no more than 3k games and mostly 2k
However strict rules like Grey knights and demonhosts and assassins are seperate rules since they specifically say you cannot do this under any reason what so ever
Anyway if you're playing a large game its generally not a tournament or a super serious game, do whatcha want really as long as both sides know its against the strict rules
I know, I was just pointing out another similar situation where multiple FOC's wouldn't help.However strict rules like Grey knights and demonhosts and assassins are seperate rules since they specifically say you cannot do this under any reason what so ever