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First time poster to any forum based on 40k, but congrats MrBenis you have really started something interesting here. To late to reply to most of your ideas/discusions but find the need to add some thoughts to what are some generally really good discussions.
My thoughts/ideas then
1.) Guardians: 6 points a model, same stats as now, shuri cats 18" range and heavy weapon for every six models. squad size 5-20.
weapons on support platform:
Shuri Can; Str5, Ap4 Assualt3 10pts
Eml; as now 15pts
Scatter Laser; Str6 Ap- Assault6 20pts
Star cannon; Str6 Ap2 Assault3 20pts
Bright lance; as now 20pts
Storm Guardians: 6pts model equiped as now, one special weapon for every six, either flamer/fushion/power fist at 6/8/8
As i said i know you have already been over this, and i am defo not trying to detract from your threads as i will be replying to them with interest but what do you think.
Will add a few other things in a bit about wraithguard/spears/reapers that i have been thinking about for ages on and off.
I would start something similar over in the chaos forums but I don't play them so I can't really know what's better for them or not. My intention is to submit these revised abilities to GW for them to see, but since you cannot actually email their staff directly (ridiculous, you cannot find phil kelly ANYWHERE) I will probably just compile the changes together at the end and form a new 'codex' out of them.
My compiled thoughts blog.
If someone posts something helpful +rep them
Probably fair enough that you cant contact the staff. just imagine how much fan mail they would get. plus i am sure that they do read the forums.
Well I'm sure they could deal with all the fan mail they would get. Take Wizards of the Coast for example: their head designer reads all the mail that's sent to him even if he only replies to one in five hundred, and Magic is far more popular than Warhammer on a worldwide scale. Plus they still find time to post on the forums themselves occasionally and write an article every week. It's not too much hassle.