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I was bored, so I went to my local hobby store, popped out a 20, and bought the cityfight codex..... Now, after reading it, I realize that it is probably out of date by 4th edition. So, what I want to know is, if you can still play cityfight by its rules. Is it still legal? Would it be logical to throw in some cityfight rules into my next game, like the height benefit rules, and team splitting rules, assuming the other player agreed?
TSg.t Zakarius Clay
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The book is still legal, until cities od death comes out since that is going to be the remake of cityfight.
It adds a bit more fun to some games when you throw in cityfight rules, personally it makes many games much harder and slightly more complex. (but where I play and work, thats half the fun when you dont get the players that come only to win...)
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Sorry, you lost a 20, cause the new cityfight rules will be released in a few months, before the summer GW campaign begins. Anyway yes, cityfight is legal, and the new rules should'nt be much different.