July 3, 2012 at 5:42 AMI find it invigorating that 6th Edition has breathed new life into a few old codices. Allies seem tipped in the favor of the Imperium, unfortunately. Overall, it seems there is plenty for competitive and non-competitive gamers. I'm still reading, but so far I am pretty impressed with 6th.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJuly 3, 2012 at 11:40 PMHow it plays in actual games will be the true test. I got in a couple rounds today and it rerally didn't FEEL different, but I could tell how much better some units got almost immediately.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJuly 18, 2012 at 4:46 PMHey, just catching up on some reading. One point of clarification: my understanding is that Markerlights will not improve your ability to hit when snap firing, (see multiple modifiers and set value modifiers for clarification). Did you see something which led you to believe differently?ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJuly 19, 2012 at 1:29 PMMost of the time it won't matter, as they are used up in your player turn. However I suppose if you moved heavy weapons, they would fire AT BS 1. Looking at page 2, I'd say that this is a set value and so Markerlights would not IN FACT help. That little sentence there is key. I had not caught this nuance when I first wrote this blog entry. I like that ruling in a lot of ways because while it doesn't help Tau, at least it clarifies a lot of question makrs that used to come up and that have come up in 6E already. As we get further into 6E and more allied combinations are tested, I think we'll see even more benefit from that clarity.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more.... Unlimited DVR storage space. Live TV from 70+ channels. No cable box required. Cancel anytime.. Introduction. The unique film 300 was a surprise hit, with its wild style and design juxtaposed against a very old story of heroism. Like most surprise hits, it spawned a sequel, called 300: The Rise of an Empire, starring a number of exceptional actors, including the very talented Eva Green as Armetisia..