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How exactly do you set up your Warriors, if and when you take them? Also, could someone clear something up for me, when it says "All Warriors may exchange their X for Y", does it mean they all have to exchange X in order for them all to get Y, or can you mix and match upgrades?
I got confused by this aswell mate, just a quick break-down.
The brood comes with a set of scything talons and one devourer right?
You may exchange that one set of scything talons ONLY for:
Rending claws(useless given that a near-force wapon is only 5 points more), Boneswords or a Bonesword and Lash whip, Comprende?
The devourer may be exchanged ONLY for:
Rending claws(if you want force weapon A whip and rending?), Spinefists, Deathspitter or an additional set of scything talons.
Given their Nature,These can actually be tooled up for ranged capabilities and force weapon-y death!
Although I try to go combat, as I am still astounded as to how awesome mycetic spores are...
Off-topic, But those spores have won me 5 games so far! 2 of them being complete annahilations!
So when it says "All Warriors in the Brood may replace their Devourers for:
It means I can have one Warrior in the Brood with Rending Claws instead of a Devourer? Or does the "All" refer to the fact that all the Warriors in the brood musttake the same options in the sublist? So, if I take one Warrior with Rending Claws instead of a Devourer, every Warrior in the Brood must also replace their Devourers?
I think you'r confusing it with the old warrior's ruleset, all warriors must take the same options, minus the venom cannon ect...
So, yes all warriors will have rending claws instead of devourers if you switch one out.
although I wouldnt suggest giving one rending claws, rather just give them boneswords, or if you can afford it a bonesword and lash whip, plus scything talons if you can.
Ah yeah, cool, well that's...not that bad I guess. Considering that you wouldn't really want to put different weaponry into the Brood anyway, given that we should be making a Brood be effective at a particular thing (melee or ranged fire) not trying to make a Brood a jack-of-all-trades. Cheers for the clarity though, it was the "may" that got me. I thought it meant that the option was open for any Warrior to make the swap, but not all of them needed to do it. Rep for you!
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It's too bad the Warrior kit contains just one of every option (except scything talons), which means I have to buy three kits to make the unit I want.