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i feel like this is something i should know... but my mind is just blank...
with some one like crowe who does not have the IC rule are they forced to just walk along side or behind a squad? cant join the squad?
Correct he must remain 1" away at all times excluding CC.
I've been wondering about that for a while now, why is crowe not an IC? any ideas?
He has what might be one of the most potent weapons of Chaos known to the Imperium. What sane ally would want that thing anywhere near them? Beyond that, as a conscientious steward of said daemon weapon, Crowe is too smart to risk letting it get anywhere close to his allies.
Of course, given my last bit of presumption, one might also wonder why he wields it in combat at all. Bah bah bah bah! Don't worry your little head about these things! Go paint your toy soldiers like a good boy (or girl) and leave the big decisions to the adults.
ninjabackhand: point and click, again, really? even after i give you an military term "shock tactic" you still call it point and click.
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He weilds it because 4+ rending makes your opponents sad. Also he wanted to prove he is more of a bad a$$ then the other Gk.
havent tested him out yet but how can u go wrong wit that rending
Last edited by FalconFive; May 27th, 2011 at 17:12.
"Using swords to their full potential is way to mainstream kids, i'm original" - Hipster Crowe
it says in his fluff that he just uses it as a beat stick. He's just that awesome of a Champion that even with a basic sword he kicks ass.
"There is a fine line between genius and insanity"
(>'.' )> (^ '.' )> <( '.' )> <( '.' ^)<( '.'<)
I have sadly passed that line o.0?