Sep 28, GW necessarily makes the FAQ/Errata with the tournament scene in mind, Could someone explain how this effects Eldar Webway Strike and. Eldar/Species Abilities/Outsider: Change this to. “+2DN to all Interaction tests with WRATH & GLORY CORE RULES ERRATA. September 10 Version 2. Jul 2, Now that 8th Edition’s been out a while, it’s time to get some things straight. Newly released from Games Workshop–a huge new list of errata.
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Mostly points values and errata where Deamons are present. I wonder if CP and stratagems were thought of kind of like a card in magic or hearthstone. Just smile and nod eldarr move on to someone whom can actually help.
Flags cost too much. Clarifies Saviour Protocols and Master of War. It sucks for assault armies, but deep striking turn 2 doesnt hurt that much. Why is Warhammer a competitive game now? You can’t bring them in first turn.
Also fuck this having to wait 10 minutes before posting again bullshit. Everything else pre-abominant for gsc has been total trash this edition.
New 8th Edition FAQ and Errata – Bell of Lost Souls
I run my primaris as counts as regular marines, so these will help to make the rhinos more believable as transports without changing them too much size wise. The blood angels strat is explicitly targeting smash captains in Soup lists I think.
Of all matches I’ve used the puretide engram, I think I’ve only recovered 2 CP since the relic was released. Clarifications to Daemonic Ritual. Lol I wouldn’t even mind as much if the units within their own elddar were balanced. Major errata for profiles and keywords. Now suffer the same deepstrike fate as everyone else. We often had fun narrative games and goofy what if games.
Clarifications on warlord traits, ertata, and Relics in Index: Granted I expect their codex will address some of that, with the right relics and powers and slight changes to the ambush rule they could be really good. Warpsurge and Hellforged artefacts clarifications. Now in the FAQ the answer just says “yes” removing the referral to reinforcements. Serious nerfs in Index: It just makes it riskier in an army that already isn’t amazing.
Take errsta gander over at poor chaos we have to string three sometimes four codexes together to make eldsr armies function at top tables. That also fucked them over but now they got the last nail in the coffin and the coffin has been shot into the fucking sun. It makes it so that you cannot use Daemon stratagem on non-daemon-codex units.
That was always the argument, you can’t warptime your dark matter crystal’d tzaangors because they count as reinforcements according to that clause in the faq. Essentially, abilities that let you eodar before the first battle round like Eldar Rangers, Raven Guard, and Alpha Legion abilities, are changed to be either proper deep strike ie, can’t come on until turn 2 now, or were changed to be a free 9″ move in the first turn rather than a redeploy.
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Clarifications on Phoenix Gem. So you have to actually do something before your entire alpha strike comes in ledar no one else can shoot at. It’s almost like GW knew as much when they showed a picture of a Sanguinary Guard next to the errata about assault distances There is no reason to take anything erratx than Soaring Spite at this point. You either don’t play Harlequins or you play them poorly or against small model count armies.
Nothing in the game can do that anymore, the stratagems and abilities I’ve seen so far looking at the individual codex FAQs have had the wording changed. To be fair, since the index was released metamorphs have cost too much, even before weapons. There are fun lists, where you take cool combinations of units and units you wouldn’t normally take. Just changed the name of the heavy burst cannons and updated savior protocols. Might as well bring back riptide wing. Stimulant Injector stratagem overwrites wargear.
Deathmarks and Lychguard very much Elites. It’s similar to grenades in 7th ed. And we put on our serious hats.