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Ok so I have looked into the thousand sons and like their style. I however don't have the codex or even 100% sure I will actually start them so here is just a small question. When you take a squad that is equal in number to that legions god's number, you get a free aspiring champion? If so does this mean the whole model is free or just the upgrade from normal marine to AC?
Any help is appreciated
It means that you get a free Aspiring Champoin, i.e. you don't have to pay for the price to upgrade. I'm not entierly sure if you can get free wargear as well as the free upgrade, but I assume you still have to pay for wargear.
Don't hold it against me if I'm wrong, though :shifty:
By the way, nice choice on Thousand Sons. I don't actually play TS myself, but my friend does.
Last edited by Caluin; May 15th, 2006 at 16:07.
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You get the upgrade for free, you still have to pay for the base model and wargear.
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Why would you get free wargear? Man, that'd be crazy. As if n00bs don't have enough to annoy people with, they could start loading things up for no points?If its too good to be true, it probably isnt
Aw c'mon monseiurcartier, no need to get on their case.Originally Posted by monsieurcartier
Yes, chaos is probably the most abused by newbies due to the blinding number of rules and exclusions, wargear and whatnot. It took me more than a month to come to grips with what works, what doesn't and why. Without new people in the hobby learning how to play and what is reasonable, the hobby would die out. Period.
Last edited by theyak; May 16th, 2006 at 01:10.
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I agree, I also had trouble at first when I started Chaos, we are here to help not criticise.Originally Posted by theyak
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And Commissar never asked if you got frree wargear so I dont know where Monsieur
got that idea.
The others also forgot to mention that of the squads a multiple of the gods number it gets a free champion. Basically its x points to buy the marine then y points to upgrade it to an Aspiring champion. Having a squad of the gods number you remove the y cost. Nothing else is free.
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Ok that was what I thought. Now I am working on the army builder demo and thats why I am able to have some sight and info on the TS but here is another question. It says if I take a Squad of Tzeentch chosen I can upgrade one to a terminator aspiring champion. Now I feel I have to pay for the termi armor first correct? or no? It gives this option just as I have said it, not making me click on the termi armor upgrade, it just says termi aspiring champion +29.
Just a humble plea from one of your fellow chaos players.. Please do buy the codex. Army builder is all well and good for making quick lists, and I use it myself, but the chaos codex is by the far the most complex in the game, and you can't play without having at least read it a few times thoroughly.
I've played against other chaos players who continually try and pull stupid rules on me because they've never actually read the codex and only half understand how a certain rule works. It's extremely annoying, and it adds to the impression that chaos armies are cheesy.. They're not cheesy if you follow the restrictions in the codex.