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    Starting a new chapter

    I wanna start a new chapter with the deathwing rules this good or bad idea.
    I mean if you played against you would you say "Your not using that you noob."


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    Nevah! I'd actually be quite intimidated by a full army of terminators, the size of the models and their ridiculous saves, but I guess it'd take some skill to use but a totally fun idea. That and with an army of terminators you can take your time painting/converting each model as there won't be nearly as many as in a conventional army. :3
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    I am a big Terminator fan, and wish there were rules for all Terminator (or all First Company) armies from other Chapters (I play Blood Angels).

    If you are using the Deathwing rules, I cannot think of why anyone would have a problem with it. If you are looking for a Chapter and background, you could always look at the Dark Angels successor Chapters. Even if your Chapter is not a Dark Angels successor, though, no one should have any problems.

    As catalyst said, the army may be a bit more difficult to use, but personally I think it is far better to have an army you like than one that is easy to win with. Once you start using it, you will inevitably learn and gain experience in making your army work just like everyone else.

    Good luck with the new army!
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    yeah cool thx guys.
    Was thinking of the colour scheme to be black and red.
    And there chapter will be called "iron death"
    Dont know why yet just want a terminator based army with loads of thunder hammers

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    Quote Originally Posted by MechMan View Post
    yeah cool thx guys.
    Was thinking of the colour scheme to be black and red.
    And there chapter will be called "iron death"
    Dont know why yet just want a terminator based army with loads of thunder hammers
    Sounds pretty cool. Those are good colors for Space Marines! (And not just because I play Blood Angels... ).

    It would be cool if you could keep us up to date as you develop the fluff. Again, good luck!
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