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ok. in the old codex they were 23 points each. in the new codex it didn't say anything. before posting this and looking like a fool i did some extensive searching and found out that marines become TS when given the mark of tzeentch. so i have two questions.
Since the mark is 5 points. does that mean that they basically cost 19 points each?
and, if you want them as troop choices than your leader HAS to have the mark of tzeentch?
of and if you plan to use black legion. is it ok to include units with conflicting sides. like tzeentch and nurgle?
Yes, yes, and yes. The higher cost is for every pure god army, and the troops are elites if not led by a HQ with the same mark. The black legion can have units with opposing marks, as well as opposing demons.
I am with stupid /\
The Mark of Tzeentch is 10pts, not matter who its being given to. A Thousand Sons marine costs 24pts total.
I thought mark of tzeech was 10/5, same as everyone else.
As much as that would make sence, no, we are stuck with 24 point papereweights.
You know what they say, if you dont like the weather in houston...go back to where you came from
And it's sons, not suns. a sun is a hot firey ball of gas in space, a son is a relative.
That kinda bites, I thought they were 19 points like all the rest, which would make sense.
ok so they are 24 points. but what about stats? do use the old stats. or do i just add the "s+p" rule? if so then where does the supposed extra wound come from? or is that the demonic giftv they get? i can't remember. oh, does the daemon prince have the same stats as the lord. because i think that kinda sucks. they should have a higher WS and lower BS. or is there something else i don't know?
oh and i said suns because their greatness burns with the power with a thousand suns, like when you lick a big red wrapper and put it on your forehead