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Are the rules presented in the living rulebook entirely acurate? Are they the most updated version? In other words, could I play an eldar fleet from the rules presented there without having to buy anything from armada first?
Also, are there equally legal online lists for the Dark Eldar and the Tau?
Last edited by TheWamp; June 14th, 2005 at 06:42.
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I'm at uni now so I can't check, but i'm pretty sure armada only adds new things to the rules already there doesn't replace any ships. So to use just the living rulebook you would have proper rules for the eldar fleet, just a few less ships than if you had armada.
I think there was an errata or two around the place that changed some of the main rules from the book, I particularly recall when I posted here a lot that nova cannons had a big change.
BTW, I am still around Just haven't played BFG for ages due to lack of opponents so I couldn't discuss army lists very well, other posts I would respond to. Pity the BFG section is so quiet... Its still a fun game.
Living rulebook has everything in the bfg rulebook, but in black and white. You could use these rules yes, but you could not play a tau fleet or dark eldar without a copy of armada - there are rules on the specialist games website still, but I'm not going to tell you how to get to them as I don't believe GW intended for them to still be available.
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