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Why are there threads floating around saying oblits. can't be used in armies that have a mark other than undivided?
So Caluin can you point me to the page where this fact (No oblits for cults) is located thankz
There is no one page that specifically states that.
If you look at the restrictions for the Cult armies, each one specifically states that all infantry models must bear the respective mark of that Cult (for instance, Mark of Nurgle for the Death Guard). Since Obliterators don't have the option to take Marks of Chaos, they can't fulfill that requirement, thus can't be taken in Cult armies.
The five non-cult armies all state the only mark the units may bear is the Mark of Chaos Undivided, but are not required to take that mark, with the exception of the Black Legion, which have no restrictions on their troops at all.
Obliterators cannot take any mark, therefore cannot be in a cult army such as Thousand Sons, World Eaters, Emporers Children, Death Guard.
I think we have all thought the same as you at one time or another
You Can't Stop the Eighp
Had Tzeentch before I knew how to play :P
Agreed... too bad tho... they would be so useful in my old World Eaters army...Originally Posted by Centum