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So when you begin playing, your caster has no fury right? Unless she or he decides to leach from herself and takes damage that is. Only after you force your Warbeast to do some stuff that they can get the fury points to cast, right?
That said, isn't kinda small the capacity that Warlocks have? I mean 6 or 7 isn't much... 8 and 9 seems better. The fact that some have 5 is just stupid, 'cuz they can barely case anything.
That's correct. Warlocks start the game without fury and can only generate fury by taking it from their warbeasts or damaging themselves. Five fury is very low, it's true, and Warlocks with five fury can't cast very much. On the other hand, a couple of the five-fury warlocks are really good, like Madrak Ironhide and Master Tormentor Morghul.
The more fury you have the better, but there are other things to being a good warlock than simply having a lot of fury. Having good spells is often better than being able to cast them a lot, for instance.
Originally Posted by ...got Rending?
At the start of the game Warlocks begin with Fury Ponts equal to their Fury stat. (p.29 Hordes rulebook under Starting the Game)
Now on all subsequent turns yes, the only Fury a Warlock will get is whatever he/ she manages to get from his / her Warbeasts. But they do get to start with a full amount of Fury.
Last edited by Montford981; May 14th, 2007 at 04:28.
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