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Hey guys. I was looking around on Lustria Online and I found a thread about this AWESOME free army building program. It works for fantasy, Man-o-War, Warmaster, and Blood Bowl:
OnlineCodex.de. Then choose the Lamekh's Online Codex option. It'll let you choose English when you open it.
I've messed around with it a bit and it's really nice. Easy to use, good looking, and can print army lists. You just need you make sure that you have java installed and are up to date.
(Disclaimer: I did not make this program, just found it. All credit goes to the creator).
Last edited by Subsocial; September 20th, 2011 at 02:11.
yea but its in german which is so anoying
Oh, sorry. If you download the program you can choose English as the language.
EDIT: The page I linked to actually didn't have the version I was using. I've modified my original post to link to the right spot.
u mean the EXE-program?
I still cant seem to change the language
This looks like a very good program
No, click on the link that says Lamekh's Online Codex. It should immediately (well, after you confirm that you want to download it) download a .jar file that you should be able to open by just clicking on it. The first window that will pop up will ask for the language and give a German and an English option.
Last edited by Subsocial; September 20th, 2011 at 02:13.
ah thanks mate
I will have a quick look through and i must say this looks like the best free army builder out there
That's what I thought too! Glad you like it =).
While I believe the program to be..awesome and really helpful. I also believe that it might be against GW's policy regarding it's products, and if they decide to be an arse and somehow stumble upon this on LO, LO/Blackhat might very well get in trouble. So i reported this thread so a moderator can check it out.
though it's obvious you don't mean any harm and such again thank you for the program, it's awesome for making army lists, but the problem is it basically replaces the codex.
Last edited by Leafblower; September 21st, 2011 at 11:14.
Yeah, that makes sense. It didn't even occur to me that it might break GW's policy... Good idea letting the mods know.