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hello, i've seen you guys say that thousands sons units( or the models in each) have 2 wounds each instead of 1 unlike the regular chaos space marine, i have the codex and was looking in it and it says nothing of this i was wanting to know if this was true and if it is, where do i go to find out this stuff, PLEASE HELP!!
The Codex Chaos Space Marines is quite a book.
It will not be enough to read it just once, not even twice. Some aspects of Chaos takes some time to understand.
Like the marks, on page 38 (a rather dull page at first glance, no pictures) some very important things are written. I urge you to read this a couple of times as it deals with things like what unit can bear what mark. What units can I use in a NN-legion etc. Then it's of course the boks of the different gods, though they are a bit more digestable as they contain both pictures and wargear.
It might be a good thing to have some pages merked so you can easily find them, since there is bound to be some flipping back and forth in this Codex.
Take your time and keep asking questions.
I agree...I use my chaos book as a bathroom reader on a daily basis. Even after pouring over it for about 3 or 4 months, I still learn something new EVERY time I open it.Originally Posted by Andusciassus
My 40K Armies:
- Thousand Sons
- Mordian Imperial Guard
- Dark Eldar
My Fantasy Armies:
- Lhamian Vampire Counts
Originally Posted by Andusciassus
It is a CHAOTIC book. :huh:
CHAOS Undiv.: won 14/22 games EC: 4/7 WE: 6/9 DG: 10/15, TS: 3/7 Orks : 13/20 SM NL : 1/6 TAU: 14 of 24 IG: 3/7
Indeed.. I'll swear certain passages switch randomly around at the whim of the Lord of Change himself.
But seriously, this isn't too difficult a one. For future reference, check under the 'book of chaos' for your particular god when you want to find out about god specific abilities/wargear. They are there with the vague intention of making a complex book somewhat easier.