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I just had a flashback of when WD released the Movie Marines, with rules for some marines if they were in a hollywood movie kicking the bad guys in the groin.
i remember the grenades acting like ordanance, the lascannon acting like a super FoTA, and boltguns being like assault 6 rending or something?
and you could buy 'stunt-doubles' to take wounds for you?
Did anyone actually have a go with these, or have any experiences to share for a laugh?
LO RULESOriginally Posted by Jaffar_Hasad
I think my GW store held a movie marines game recently. Sounds kind of cool, but i would do it a tiny bit different.
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The shop i frequent threw them into a mega battle and they really did hold their own in a silly kinda way. It was really over the top. They only through in a couple and they were supposed to be "Elite" Chapter masters so it was kinda believable that and the loyalist side was severely outnumbered by everyone else
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Funny is that these "movie" marines would be quite close to an actual "fluffy" marine...
They are insane.
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Don't forget the stunt double rule. That one was funny.
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I saw ten movie marines lose to a 1500 point Khorne Zerk list....Munched through all 10 stunt doubles and won on the last turn with a Statured DP assault....It was really funny....Watching one-two Marines holding off 20 zerks on the charge.