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i live like 30 miles from the nearest gaming club so i couldnt ask a vet 40k player for this one rule isn't worth the drive.
my friend thinks that there is only one game that ends on turn 5 is an objective game and i dont own the rule book he does. Then i had to ask then how does kill points end and he said you have to wipe them off the board and thats when i said bul lcrap cause i swear it ends at the end of turn 5. i know this question is retarded i know but i have to prove my point or be proven wrong thanks =)
Some advice is to get the rulebook, it helps a lot.
The three standard missions in the rule book: capture and control; seize ground and ahnihalate all go up to turn 5. Then on a roll of a 3+ you play turn 6 and then a 4+ you play turn 7. Then the game automatically ends.
Hope this helps.
Kill Points are figured out after the end of the game, where ever that falls according to the dice.
In a controversy the instant we feel anger we have already ceased striving for the truth, and have begun striving for ourselves.
Kill Points are awarded for units that are completely destroyed(not immobilized or less than half strength:that is a victory point from old rules, still used in some tournaments). the only caveat to this is that a unit that is falling back at the end of the game counts as being destroyed.
otherwise they have answered your question
You can buy the small 'Black Reach' rulebook on eBay for around $15 and often with templates as well, that's how I got mine. Well worth it, and far easier to carry around than the larger one.
The rules in both are identical (even the page numbers are the same which greatly helps looking up references in the forums).