Hi folks. Quick query here. I've converted a couple of Fantasy books into 40K, first Lizardmen as I love everything about them but prefer 40k, then Bretonnians so that my wife and son can one day play together as my son has only got 40k stuff so far. At first I represented the spears used by the infantry as 2-handed close combat weapons that confer +2 initiative, lances as 2-handed weapons that confer +1 initiative and furious charge and halberds as 2-handed weapons conferring +1 S and +1 I. However, with the arrival of the new rules, power lances and spears are described as conferring a Strength bonus on the charge, but no Initiative bonus whatsoever. Should I amend the way that I treat long close combat weapons to fit in with this new weapons profile? If so, how? It seems that the new rules are trying to avoid initiative bonuses as these have been removed from furious charge as well. If I leave the weapon profiles as they are, should I say that models equipped with power lances/spears also gain some sort of initiative bonus? I'm trying to avoid the situation where, say, a white scar with a power lance ends up being treated worse than a knights errant champion with a power lance as one would be granted an initiative bonus and the other isn't. One possibility that occurs is that spears and lances grant the hammer of wrath rule, but spearmen on foot don't get to charge first that often.