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anyone who has read the recent white dwarf may have noticed the article on many thing in WFB including wound rings(put rings on model to show how many wounds they lost)
would this be be a good idea in 40k too?
yeah i think so because my friends always lie about wounds so there charector is alive longer
I first liked the idea when I read it but it's a bit clumsy (and covers your beauthifully painted models, since they're the ones with multiple wounds!. I find the best way is to write it down on the armylist (a small dot or something).
I just use a dice, and put it on the base showing how many wounds left.
High Elves (BloodBowl)
Warseer Blood Bowl League
i was thinking of starting a death guard army, and I was gonna use nurglings to represent wounds. like a base of nurglings has 3 wounds, so each time one died I would take one off the base, same deal for characters (all would have nurgling infestation).
Haemonculus Coven Dark Eldar
i found the dice works just fine personally
<span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>Vegitarianism is willingly demoting yourself on the food chain.</span>
Ya, we usually just put a dice beside the model that shows how many wounds it has taken
Dice for me as well but on the base.
Dice next to the base gets picked up to often!!!
We don't have to worry about people cheating because if you cheat you don't get asked back!
Rings sound like a cool idea, havnt seen the WD but if they go around the base of your model then when you move said model youll have to move all the rings...
Dice are ok but get picked up / wont fit on a base because of legs/flocking
I usually write my armylist in pencil and erase and scribe in as I go changing wounds/making notes etc.
peace out... <_<