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Okay, slightly nOObish question here, but what does WYSIWYG mean? (Mods feel free to move this. I didn't know where to put it.)
first things first, try the search option since this topic comes up once a week at the very least.
now wysiwyg is very simple:
example: a space marine modeled with a power weapon and meltagun under wysiwyg would have a power weapon and meltagun. wysiwg means that this model can only represent a model with a power weapon and melta gun (meaning he's supposed to be a atactical marine with just a bolter) this means the model cannot be used because it is not representing the right thing. simple, most people play either without wysiwyg or dont enforce it all that much just in case someone brings a 'fex in and says its representing a wraithlord... :cool:
(remember, this counts as a rule and is in no way noobish. sometimes gamers dont learn of this until after their first couple of months, or year, of playing.)
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search next time, either here, or on google, not too hard to find out