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Post  MickJag67 on Mon Jul 07, 2014 8:41 pm

Hey guys quick question for you regarding tournament play at the den, having never played there myself. Modelwise is it WYSIWYG or can little things slide? Just finishing up a sternguard squad and wondering if its worth magnetizing the next Kit and using up some bitz.

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Re: Tourney Play

Post  Aegwymourn on Mon Jul 07, 2014 9:24 pm

Generally during tournament play people prefer WYSIWYG. How one person defines something small and another does can be hard to judge.

For non-competitive games we are super laid back.

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Re: Tourney Play

Post  Lore Weaver on Mon Jul 07, 2014 9:48 pm

Here's the breakdown. If you have a squad modeled with combi-plasma, and you tell me they're combi-melta...

1) In a regular game. I'll be cool with that, if I forget, my bad.

2) In a tournament, if I forget, and re-assume they're combi-plasma, I'll be super pissed.

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Re: Tourney Play

Post  Roland on Mon Jul 07, 2014 10:44 pm

Pretty much what LW said.

I've seen tourneys where if you have something that isn't WYSIWYG, the offending model is removed (so you are basically playing at a slight disadvantage).

For what its worth, I have a squad of DA Vets that I am fully magnetizing at the wrist. There is no way I'd pay $70 for a Sternguard box and not use every bit in it.

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Re: Tourney Play

Post  MickJag67 on Tue Jul 08, 2014 2:22 pm

Cool thanks for the heads up, never tried my hand at magnetizing or converting but I guess its as good a time as any to start

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Re: Tourney Play

Post  Aegwymourn on Tue Jul 08, 2014 6:00 pm

Depending on the model it is actually really easy to use magnets for swapping options.

The two hardest parts are finding the correct size of magnet and locating the best spot to set them. The second becomes important especially if you want to drill them into place to make them less obvious.

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