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    I'm starting a thousand sons army and i have a few questions on them. How do i use the minor psyker powers table? Do i roll on the table every game,turn, or phase? ALso i've noticed that it doesn't say that the Tzeentch socerers have "the rubric sign" i(the champions in the squads and the leaders)it says the aspiring champion gains the sorcerer ability; the REST of the unit resceives the rubric sign identiflying them as members of the thousand sons.m Does this mean the sorcerers can strike with thier normal insitative in close combat or do they still follow the "slow and purposeful" rules? The last questioins is what psykic power should i give my aspireing champions? i gave them all doombolts b/c they seem good for thier points.........

    What is dis signature nonsence?! dem stupid human zoggers are always trien to confuze us.

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    Ok a couple of things:

    With the 4th edition rules, slow and purposeful no longer lowers I. So a thousand sons marine only has two disadvantages: Bolters only and slow movement.

    You roll at the beginning of the game to see what psychic powers are recieved by that particular model. That model can then use those powers for the rest of the game

    Doombolts (the str 5ap4 assault 3 ones) are a very solid choice, however, many people really prefer giving their champs enough points on the minor psychic rolls to get the rerolling of shooting power. Also if your opponent is running many tanks you may prefer giving the Bolt of Change to your champs since a tzeech army won't have any havoc squads.

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    Thanks for the info it cleared some stuff up for me.
    What is dis signature nonsence?! dem stupid human zoggers are always trien to confuze us.

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    I read somewhere that slow and purposefull had been altered , and that they don't fight with I:1 .
    Is this true? I can't see it in any of the FAQ's and rules I've downloaded.
    No I haven't bought the new book, thought the differences was small enough not to.

    If this is true, then I could actually field ts terminators against space wolves without getting my ass handed back to me.

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    Only models with the "slow and purposeful" trait move slowly, the rest move as normal. In the 4th edition rulebook under slow and purposeful there is no mention whatsoever of lowered Init. Therefore no lowered I for anyone.

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