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umm would it be considered ... evilly unfair to make a deathguard army with every unit having nurgles rot?
i ask cuz of when i do settle upon a 40k army idea i want to be able to take it into tourneys with the idea of winning so would it cost me sportsmanship or content points?
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Not at all. I think that'll be fine.
Nurgle's can easily makes it's point back, but it's by no means a match winner.
Remember, no matter how many units with nurgle's rot are within 6", it's only one test that the enemy takes.
A space marine could be surrounded by a GUO, an aspiring champion, a Lord and a plague bearer.. he only takes one rot attack.
Thus.. it's not beardy or hairy, or tweety or whatever you want to call it.
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
No, not at all.
While it does do loads of damage to low armour armies (eg: IG) it doesn't really come through against MEQ's. So, there's the balance.
And, its incredibly Nurgle fluffy (or slimy, or just downright disgusting, whichever)
@Karmoon: I have seen it be a game winner, but it was once. Nurgle vs Eldar. The Eldar simply started to asphyxiate as soon as the Nurg advanced. It was brutal.