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03-08-2015, 11:13
There is 3 different versions of the warscroll for this unit.

1) In the AOS app, the scroll has not been updated & doesn't mention the mace.

2) In white dwarf the scroll says 1 in 5 may take the mace.

3) The pdf on the website says 2 in 5 can take the mace

Does anyone know / got an answer from gw about which version is the correct one?

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03-08-2015, 11:33
It would almost certainly be whatever is in the box, if that lists or shows weapon options. I would assume 1 per 5, but that's a pure guess.

03-08-2015, 14:01
If I were to guess, 1 in 5 sounds right.

Dwane Diblie
03-08-2015, 14:12
My understanding is that all published warscrolls are correct. If you bring it then that is the rules you are choosing to use.

03-08-2015, 16:54
I've found plenty of inconsistency in the warscrolls (I really like the game having come from a competitive 8th meta by the way so there's no all round hate from me). Demigryph Knights in the app are probably the strongest unit in the game. 12 wounds each, 3+ save. Absolutely hard as nails. In the rules on the website, however, they are 4 wounds, 4+ save. I think they become unplayable with such a difference. "Ok I caused 5 wounds, rending -1 on your demis, you rolled four 4's and a 5 to save so that's one dead demi." "Actually my demis are the 3+ save 12 wound ones so nothing to see here..."

03-08-2015, 19:30
Yeah that's quite a leap. But comparing them to similar units it's obvious the 12w is a typo.

04-08-2015, 16:00
They obviously got the movement 5 and wounds 12 the wrong way round but even if they align them all, the Internet never forgets...

I will restate that I really enjoy the game, loving the change.

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04-08-2015, 16:25
From GWs mindset, if you are putting to much thought into the rules, AoS probably isnt for you....

Why fret about which rules to use, when you can use whatever rules you want and have a great time deciding how that work with your mates?? haha

09-08-2015, 19:34
They've changed the PDF on the site to say 1 in 5. The instruction booklet says 2 in five and you get two maces in the box.

09-08-2015, 23:14
I'd say the current PDF is what should count.