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Being a codex option, drop pods are as legal as anything else.
Just point them to your codex....
The only things not allowed in Tournaments are Chapter Approved things like Armoured Companies, or Forgeworld models like a Baneblade.
If something is in your codex, it's a perfectly legal option. I can't imagine them ever even trying to query it.
the only model for it is the Forge world one but somewhere I heard that GW will let you use it in a tourney untill they make their own
What is better than winning the gold medal in the "Servitor olympics"?
not being a servitorOriginally Posted by The_Outsider
Why do the survivors remain anonymous -- as if cursed -- while the dead are revered? Why do we cling to what we lose while we ignore what we still hold?
Name none of the fallen, for they stood in our place, and stand there still in each moment of our lives.
--Duiker, "Deadhouse Gates"
If the guy in the store doesn't let you use drop pods just smash his head in to the gaming table then point to the SM Codex where it CLEARLY STATES under the special rules section that you can use drop pods and the rules for using them are in there..
Sorry but some of the guys in the stores (not all of them) are complete idiots sometimes and dont deserve the job they have..
Aidan, I see from another post that you don't have the Codex. You really need to get one of these, if for no other reason than so you can know the rules for your own army. That and either the Big Gray Book or the little rulebook from the MacCragge box are pretty much required material. I know money doesnt grow on trees (particularly when you are 13 ) and that GW products are expensive, but you can find cheaper alternatives than retail price. I got the small rulebook from MacCragge on Ebay for about $12 (just the book) and I got a decent price for my Codex on Amazon.
Of course, in a couple of years, there will be new rules and these will be worthless, but then you can add them to your collection... the art and miniture pictures are nice, at least. In my collection I have: Slaves of Darkness, Lost and the Damned, Rogue Trader, Dark Millenium, old rulebook, old SM Codex... They are worthless, but cool to take down and read occaisionally.
No retreat! No surrender!