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i'm making a nurgle fleet at the moment and i wondered if the terminus est had any officail or even experimental rules that have been published anywhere, as i cant find them on the gothic website...
Thanks in advance
I don't know about rules, but there *is* an official model for it - they displayed it a year back at some convention or another. If it isn't out already, then look for it within the next few months or so.
And if there's a model, I assume there's rules somewhere. But as of yet, I haven't seen them on the SG site.
well, thats the thing, there is a model, and i thought i might as well get it, so i have...
currently im using it as a depoiler battleship, but i just wondered if it was any more than that...
If it helps, I found that the rules for the Est are in Fanatic #7. Finding said issue might be a problem though.
all is well, some genius posted them on the specialist games forum, so for everyone else here they are: (personally i think its under priced)
Terminus Est 430 pts
Hits 13 Turns 45* Speed 20cm
Armour 5+ Shields 4 Turrets 4*
Armament Range(cm) Strength Arcs
Port Launch Bays 20/30 3 -
Strb Launch Bays 20/30 3 -
Prow Launch Bays 20/30 3 -
P/S Hives of Nur 30 6 L+R
Prow Lances 30 4 L/F/R
Dorsal Lances 45 4 L/F/R
Notes: Has the Mark of Nurgle (extra hit included
in profile). Admiral must be placed aboard unless
the Planet Killer is present.
*Miasma of Pestilence: the TE is surrounded by a
cloud of swarming flies. These act as turrets but
cannot be used against torpedoes. Enemies do not
benefit from a column shift for being within 15cm.
Hives of Nurgle: these act just like normal weapon
batteries except you can place a BM anywhere along
the TEs course during the movement phase.
note: i am posting this assuming GW thinks its ok as they allowed it to be posted on their own site. if i am wrong to assume this then i express my apologies, and that i didn't wish to cause anyone any uneccessary grief if i have. :unsure:
Last edited by andre; August 13th, 2005 at 03:35.
:o Definately underpriced.
Those special rules just make it sound naff. They had to give it some, but I disike it. The model for it is absolutely brilliant, which is a shame seeing these stats. :mellow: