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In the ork codex on page 100 it states,"for every ten gretchin you must take one: runtherd"
Now is that for every complete ten or not? Say i take 11 - 19 do i need a second runtherd? At 20 i know but what about not full multiples of ten. Also do I NEED to have multiples of 10 to get another runtherd? Can I get a second one with only 11 - 19 grots in a troops choice?
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every complete ten is how i have always done it and how every oother ork player at my local GW does it.
I agree: it says for every 10, so I take one for every 10, not 9, not 8, 10.
and it never says, anywhere, that you can't take 2 or 3. It only says you must take 1 runtherd for 10 grot.
so I think you should feel free to use a second one for 11 or 19 or 10 gretchin
because you take one for every ten, so for ten you take one than you don`t have to take until twenty...
11,12,13, up to 19 is not twenty (two times ten), so if You didn`t like the model that much, you don`t have to take more than one
btw the model is nice
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For every 10... one through nine is not 10
For every 10 or part there of .... 10 is 10 and 1-9 is part there of.
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