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From the GW UK site:
"Every costly defeat inflicted upon its swarms is as no more than a tiny flesh wound to this super-predator, a race that evolves so quickly each wave of beasts is deadlier than the next."
Oh man, nice work guys :lol:
YEH i dont follow that either. i think he is saying that they screwed up what they were saying by contradicting themselves. But what it is saying is that when a giant swarm is anniahlated. to the greater hive mind it means nothing.
What they should have said is 'each wave of the beasts is deadlier than the last'
What they've said means each new wave is weaker and weaker So much for the great devourer, kill a few waves and they can barely handle a kids meal!
Oh yeah LOL
Jajajajajaja, in Spanish is correctly writen.
DonÂ´t try to hide, i can smell your corruption...
Its not that hard to take out a few waves ov bugs when u have a few ordanace weapons so yea it wouldnt take that long for them to become weaker
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Thats what i thought when i first read that, is that written in the codex too, i will see whne i get home.What they've said means each new wave is weaker and weaker
That's weird how your brain works. It automatically corrects minor mistakes. I never noticed that and probably wouldn't have if nobody brought it up.
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not the first mistake from gw
but that sentence contains 2 errors. first one; it can't be a costly defeat if it means nothing to the hive mind. and the other obvious typo you mentioned
"I have seen you humans, trying to forge an Empire in the name of a corpse"