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I was thinking about purchasing Enemies of the Imperium Codex. Does any1 know if it supports 4th edition rules?
I assume you're talking about the software? I own both copies and they have yet to be updated for 4th edition. It doesn't even have the new Tyranid codex entries in it yet. My opinion is to save your money and buy models instead. Even with 3rd edition rules there were so many bugs in the army lists it was easier, quicker, and more reliable to do it manually.Originally Posted by Archeantus
Remember, the codex and rulebook are the written GW law. I have had friends argue that since Army Builder allowed them to put an illegal unit in their army it was legal.
I do not criticize. I do not offend. All I offer is my opinion which means only as much as you make it.
I like Army Builder, personally. The file maintainers are very good about getting new stuff integrated into the files in a very short time and are quick to fix errors and bugs that are discovered, and for the most part they have been more accurate than the GW software. Firend of mine had AotE and there were some horrible problems with the legality of his list and the program let him do it without showing an error.
No software is a replacement for knowing the rules. Even if your army was legal per the software, you would still be disqualified from a tourney if it were not legal per the book.
Artificial Intelligence is no match for Natural Stupidity.