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This reminds me of a few situations in my local GW store.
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I don't have a local GW store to listen to people whine about codexes. (Codexi? Codexus? Acaudesgarcon?)
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Warhammer Fantasy armies do NOT have Codices. They have Army Books.
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I do think people take things a tad too seriously sometimes. Yes, there are often "gray" areas of the rules which cause small disputes from time to time, but to watch a debate stop a game for an HOUR (it happens) is a bit much.
Like the rulebook says, the important thing is to have FUN playing. If you're at that much of an impasse, roll a die (or "dice," as the book says, referring to a single die... grr..) to objectively make up your mind and move on. Simple.
Lol, i don't need a GW to get into arguements like that, me and CJ manage just fine without a store
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That's odd I don't have this problem really. Whenever we are not sure about a rule we look it up and resolve it using our heads and if heads are not good enough then we resort to dice with the intention of having it cleared up by next game via means of irrata or house rule.
But never do we have "arguments" like bickering and grudgeful. occationally we have debates but they never take off into the argument sphere of things. Maybe its because our club is frequented by a disproportional ammount of skirts every time I'm there or maybe it's the fact that most of the players are usually over 20 and in same cases way over and deep into the senior of things.
*this is of course a joke to the many who's sarcasm detectors are always broken, and has only been made to show a picture of the average GW gamer*