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I've been in contact with the hobby specialists. I can't quote you anything, as that's a violation of copyright, but I can pose you a riddle that will help clarify some misunderstandings about Harlequins:
If Mimes and Wraithlords are not on the official test rules provided by Games Workshop, a unit needs to be in the force organization rules to be fielded in any army, and the Games Workshop PDF is more recent than the Citadel Journal magazines, and newer publications supercede older ones, then can you use Mimes (reduced cost or otherwise) or Wraithlords?
The answer here should be obvious.
Just thought you might want to know.
Well as the rules are only test rules in any way you look at them and are not allowed in any tournaments I can use any that I want. hell, I can even make up some new ones if I wanted to (been thinking about creating a new unit called misfits. havnt come up with any rules just liek the name). trying to say that some units arent offical in an entirely unoffial army doesnt really mean anything. Now once they have an offical codex then you can start saying whats official and whats not but as it stands you have to ask opponents permission to play harlies.
Actually, no, using trial rules from PDFs and Ctiadel Journal is a wold away from making up your own stuff.
The PDF is the most recent rules.
It does not include mimes (or master mimes, ah nostalgia) or dreadnaughts (or looted Landraiders, oh how I miss first Ed)
My spin is therefore you cant use either.
Chib I dont think that is breaking copyright, I assume this is what you were infering yes?
Everything you have been told is a lie!