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Made in ca
Regular Dakkanaut

From what I read on the french forum by people that played the demo . Here is some difference that I saw from 40k

-the model can shoot and move, move and shoot, or run and not shoot.
-The distance has impact on what you need to hit.
-It looks like there is less roll, probably one roll to hit after that if the strength is higer than the resistance the model take a wound
-You can disengage from close combat to try to shoot and comeback in contact.
-Like in 40k it is the unit that shoot.  but not every model from a unit have to shoot at the same target. I think they shoot by type of weapon so the heavy weapon shoot at vehicle while smaller gun shoot at troops
-You measure range from the leader of the unit
-there is an activation sequence

There is difference between faction and some people have rumored  about 4 factions of human.

Made in lk
Dakka Veteran

Sri Lanka

Interesting. A little like the Necromunda variant we play out here.

Made in ca
Regular Dakkanaut

The entire starter rules will be on their forum in two weeks. It will provide a much clearer picture of what is in store.
Made in us
Regular Dakkanaut

Chicago IL

Sweet. I love free rule since I have so many models already I don't have to buy any of theirs unless they got super kick ass ones.

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