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View Poll Results: Which armies would you say you have a good knowledge of?
Beasts of Chaos 4 7.55%
Brettonnia 2 3.77%
Dark Elves 3 5.66%
Dwarfs 4 7.55%
Empire 5 9.43%
Hordes of Chaos 5 9.43%
Lizardmen 3 5.66%
Ogre Kingdoms 4 7.55%
Orcs and Goblins 2 3.77%
Skaven 4 7.55%
Tomb Kings 3 5.66%
Vampire Counts 3 5.66%
Wood Elves 2 3.77%
Chaos Dwarfs 2 3.77%
Dogs of War 2 3.77%
Zombie Pirates 2 3.77%
High Elves 3 5.66%
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Old 16 Oct 2005, 16:49   #1 (permalink)
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This is just to get an idea of what army you play, so how much advice people are likely to get when they post here (due to a lack of child boards). Don't just select the armies you play, but select the armies you know very well. This means you have read the army book and know all the units, have grasped any special rules the army has, and know roughly of magic items. For example, I collect Hordes of Chaos only and know the army extremely well, though I also know a lot about both High and Dark Elves. I know a fair bit about other armies, though not well enough to give decent advice.
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If it exists, I know it. If they don't exist, I know them. I could tell you huge amounts about the Norse, for example.
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So you could tell me that stat-line for executioners and their upgrades (for example). That's quite impressive.
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No I couldn't, because that would violate copywrite law.
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I'm not actually asking you to because I already do, I was just saying that its quite impressive that you can do that for every single troop for every single army.
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I'm not word-perfect, but I'm close enough.
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That's good enough for me. So are you allowed to discuss stats etc via pm?
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