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On GW.com they have a section called 1-player game.Does that mean you play against yourself or what?
Most likely not. Can you give us the link?Originally Posted by SHIGGY
Last edited by SHIGGY; April 12th, 2006 at 01:48.
GW didn't think this one out. There are no such thing as single player games, its an error.
It wouldn't be much fun either... just imagine yourself playing against yourself. Not fun at all.
You can search 1-player scenarios, but you'll find if you do you'll get 0 hits. They probably made the section for no good reason, or maybe they felt they'd actually come up with one someday.
Nope, this must have been a mistake or something. Or maybe the technical guy who programmed the page didn't know anything about Warhammer. Single player scenarios cannot happen, as has been said before.
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the only thing I could envision as a 1 player scenario is if you fought a chaos army with only units with the mark of khorne:sleep:
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The bones to pick scenario gives an example of how to play a single player scenario. Basically its survivors of a battle versus a load of ghouls and the ghouls move randomly.
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