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Its been linked in the Rules section already, figured id put a link here too just incase. Basically, GW decided to proof read their book and perform some corrections which they shouldve done before release. I love the way some of these are answered, and it should silence all the RAW people out there
Oh, and good to see that barding does indeed slow you down!
Nice work. I;ve been checking on it regulary, but you got me in my sleep!
Maybe you should get a Mod to sticky thi.....hey, just get yourself!
Last edited by Phoenix; May 15th, 2008 at 19:29.
Bad mental images for the older folks around the forum
But good job. I;m just spewin' you beat me to it.
Thanks for posting this! Very good to have all those questions put to rest.
Now what would be really nice would be if they re-issue the army book (for free!), including all the corrections! (Not going to happen though, I know...)
Thanks posting, its pretty much what i expected from a faq.
They could release a correct version of the army book couldn't they? Its better than EVERYONE who collects vampires for the next 4 years having to go online for a FAQ, they'll have to.
well what GW usually does with stuff like this is they might reprint army books with the new info in them ala the dark eldar second edition etc.... but for people that already have... sorry
It's about time - though it is rather sad that they have to resort to releasing a rules clarification a couple of months after the book - instead of actually taking 30 minutes to read through it before going to print. The goits.
Dovie'andi se tovya sagain (It's time to roll the dice)- Mattrim Cauthon
I didn't realise there were so many mistakes... A whole page of corrections. I don't see how anyone would think the spears for skellies were 1 point for the whole unit, but I guess rules as written... And forgetting to include a range on that last summoning spell, I had visions of popping up a unit of zombies behind enemy lines on turn 1. Looks like most of the errata has weakened VC a bit, but thats probably a good thing to bring us back in line, there was nothing devastatingly bad.