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My IG opponent for saterdays game confuses me. They beifly discribed their army and it didnt make sence to me.
So they have a Command Squad, Command Platoon, Troop Platoon, Troop Command Platoon (or something to that effect), Armored Fist, Fire Support Squad and a Leman Russ.
I dont know What those are, well I know how a Command Squad works but thats it. Why do IG have differnt force organization? Is it to do with their high figure count armies?
Erm, it's just how they fight....
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Read the sticky up top in this forum to get an easy to use guide to Guard organization.
Im thinking GW tried to give the Guard a more old timey army structure. Plus with all the men that usually make up an IG force, it helps to have smaller squads, makes things much more flexible.
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