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    Space Marine Mix

    I have a mix of Vanilla and Black Templar Space Marine models. Is it legal to swap between using my own chapter desgine and Black Templar codex. I know its one thing to play with my friends, but I wont to know about using them this way in a GW torny?


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    So long as you let people know you're using the BT Codex, I don't think there should be any propblems
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    It depends at what you're getting at.You can use the BT rules to represent a DIY chapter, but you can't mix and match rules from each codex. Your question isn't quite clear, so I can't really make out what you're asking.
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