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    A couple things for tyranids

    I just got the tyranid codex and I currently don't have the 4th edition hardback rules book so i'm gonna need some help.

    First of all is the Hormagaunts. It says it classifies them as beasts, whats that mean?

    I also would like to know what scuttlers does, sometin to do with scouts, I dont have scouts!

    Lastly is the feeder tendrils, whats the prefered enemy rule?

    An answer to any of these would be mostly appreciated. :yes:


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    It is against the forum rules to explicitly describe the game rules. This forum is for requests for the clarification of rules that might be ambiguous or otherwise confusing. As such, for details on those rules you'll have to buy the rulebook. To be honest, though, with the forum's Search function you can probably also find answers that have slipped passed the forum rules. . .
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    Well, you really need the BGB, as it is essential. You can't play without it. And also, I don't think we're allowed to give out rules here, but hey...

    Beasts could mean that you can run in the shooting phase, and assault twice your normal distance, but I'm not too sure... (Hint hint)

    Preferred enemy lets the people with it always hit the enemy the best anyone posibly can in combat.

    Scouts means people get to move before the game, just once.

    But you probably don't understand any of this, as you don't have the BGB. Trust me, you really need to get it.

    And Lovely, kind and friendly moderators, please forgive me if I am offending your majesties, and I will be eternally sorry if your holinesses are offended in any way. :shifty:

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    I figured that would be an issue but thanks for the info:w00t:

    P.S. I have the 3rd edition one from the starter set with dark eldar and sm and it doesnt say anything about this stuff...thats why I came here.:sleep:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commissar_Malevich
    P.S. I have the 3rd edition one from the starter set with dark eldar and sm and it doesnt say anything about this stuff...thats why I came here.:sleep:
    Yeah, 3rd and 4th Edition do actually share alot in common. The basic structure of gameplay hasn't changed and even some details are still the same. However, there are more than enough differences that the 3rd Edition rulebook isn't useful any more.
    Why do the survivors remain anonymous -- as if cursed -- while the dead are revered? Why do we cling to what we lose while we ignore what we still hold?
    Name none of the fallen, for they stood in our place, and stand there still in each moment of our lives.

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