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The lizardmen rulebook says that slann chooses a lore and then roll a dice to see which magic you get.
But when I buy a slann in Army Build, I can choose "spells" and then pick the spells I want. So why are there this function in the army builder? I mean i don't choose the spells at home when im building the army, so why is it there? Does it mean that I can choose the spells i want want without rolling on the table?
Nope, when there is a conflict with Army builder and the book, go with the book.
If the Slann could choose his spells then he'd be insane
i also use army builder just click the all spells button and then roll at the start of the game as normal and put a marker next to the spells u have rolled up
Army Builder is only a tool, not a rule book. Use the rule book and don't be a tool.
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where do you get this army builder
google lone wolf + army builder
Army Builder just has that as a choice. It has nothing to do with the rules of the game. I assume it's there for characters who can choose spells and characters who can choose an entire lore (or lores).
aye it is but even for my characters (dark elves) where by i never get to choose my spells and only one character is loremaster (morathi) i still click add all spells and then at the start of the game as Per the BRB i roll for my spells and then just put a mark next to the oens i have gained for the battle as a referance
i wouldnt google lone wolf army builder, IMO its not real good. I use this/
its free, and it has really basic options like showing point costs or not.
Hope this helps somebody, it also has bugs no doubt, but i havent found any yet
and the site gives updates for free, you can use it in english or german, i need both lol
BTW sorry for hijacking the thread.