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Do you mono-God?
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Joined: 5-February 11
Don't want to turn this into a comp debate thread (we've got other threads covering that already for one), but I have to say I think its interesting to try out from time to time, although some of them are too OTT like the one mentioned above banning r1d3 from taking a GUO. Now that's definitely going too far.
I much prefer it when people self regulate and don't bring out the cheese every game as bonesaw666 was suggesting above. In 7th ed this seemed to be MSU Horrors and Flesh Hounds going by some of the tournament armies I saw, often backed up by Flamers, a Bloodthirster or Skulltaker on a Juggernaut with his 0+ save. It could be a bit of auto-win button against some armies, plus looked boring on the tabletop to boot.
To return to the mono-God theme for a moment, it could be said you are comping yourself when you decide to play that style of army. Likewise, I'm sure we've all thought about or agreed to play themed games on occaision in which you agree with your opponent that certain units should be included or excluded from a fluff point of view. This is also a type of comp in a way, its just better than tournament ones because it is being done with the idea of creating a fluffy and fun game, fully in the knowledge that it could leave the two sides unbalanced.
Come on Tzeentch!
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