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I got boxes of imperial guard but i don't know how to organize them all. I have:
armoured fist boxset
2 boxes of cadain shock troops
cadian command squad
bag of heavy weapon bases
colonel iron hand straken
storm trooper seargeant
valhallen with meltagun
valahallen with lasgun
(stuff highlighted in bold got in a auction means i wont use their rules just their models somewhere in my army)
I want to get some guidance of how i can make up a basic army with these. Like make up a infantry platatoon, command squad. I noticed the meltagun is useless but what should i do with it? And what weapon should I replace it with? And how should I organixe my heavy weapons into the infantry and support squads. You know that kind of stuff, I'm a bit lost here now that i'm finally getting started.
Just need help, comments, and suggestions so I know the direction to head.
Last edited by Hell Knight; September 17th, 2006 at 18:51.
Yeah, its all in the codex. Anyway, basic platoon explaining:
One platoon is made of a command section + 2-5 ten men squads. The command section is one junior officer with 4 guardsmen. so a platoon goes from 25 to 55 models and all the stuff makes just one troops choice. You can also take one armored fist squad for every platoon you have. 1 plt. + 1 armor. fist = 2 troops choices, enough for your minimum army size. For the HQ choice you need one HQ platoon = 1 command section + 0-5 support squads, the HQ command section is not limited to junior officer, here you can take a senior or heroic senior if you want.
thats basicly it in a nutshell
the main rules of this is buy the dex, but one of my favorite mottos is
more boys, less toys
dont know who i got that from, but if it was you, just speak up
Okay then thanks for the help. I'm now developing a armylist.