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Recently GW added a new dwarf tactica, which they promised would come soon in the 'skaven' white dwarf. They kept their promise. And they've started to appear in their blog here and there, it's good to see them get back to the beards and talk to some of the dwarf players down at the HQ.
It's a pretty standard tactica with a 'strenghts and weaknesses' bit for all units and characters. It's fun though, and nice to see the 2 dwarf armies at the end, looks great.
Anyway, the reason I placed this thread is because I noticed this in the description for the gyrocopter:
For an army that is so slow moving, a Gyrocopter can appear to be a gift from the gods! Not only is it fast (flying 20" per turn) but it packs an impressive arsenal in the form of a steam cannon and bombs.
I'm sorry, what?
Did he just make a fat typo, did he accidentaly give away something that is considered for the next book, is this his interpretation of what the gyro's attacks symbolise, or something different?
What do you think? I think it's just a typo but it is a little odd for someone playing dwarfs who does this for a living to make a mistake like that.
Either that or he hasn't played dwarfs for a while!
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The Gyro had Steam Cannon and Bombs in the previous book. i guess he didnt read the new book yet
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Actually, it was in the book before that. But yeah, back then it had both weapons.
The gyrocopter model i have, the captain is holding a big bomb