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I have a problem with one of the people I have been playing with, it seems that he has been forgetting or just not adding up all the points of the army that he is playing. in the last two games he has been over in his army points by at least 100 points or more each time. what do you suggest to do about this problem?
-- Russ Ventro (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 14, 1997
Well, determine before the battle the amount of points you're going to play. Decide that if he goes over, even 1 point, you won't play. Then count the points on a calculator.
-- Jon W. Kroeger (email@example.com), October 14, 1997.
Smack him on the head cause any fool can add up points.
-- John (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 16, 1997.
Hi, Ive came across this myself with a beardy eldar player. so I drew up sheets so you could fill in all the characters, and squads stats,wargear,cost etc.Then I photocopied heaps and gave them to him to use( since I always do this myself,it comes in handy when you want to reuse the same force later.) Anyway if he doesnt have the sheet filled out dont play him.
-- Wayne Christensen (WAC@bigpond.com), January 04, 1998.
hi thats me above Ive changed my address see the new one below. WHATT!!?!! no new answers by now. what are you guys doing, somebody mail me for 40k chat. I need a 40k fix.
-- W Christensen (email@example.com), February 15, 1998.
If your friend can't be bothered to add up points, then choose squad for squad. e.g. 1 squad of Chaos Vetrans (5) is roughly equal to 20-30 Orks.
-- Luke Sellers (firstname.lastname@example.org,au), February 19, 1998.
Don't play him, or get him to count it up first. I've run across this too, and it pisses me off. I have only had to play the guy who cheated again in a tournament - had no choice, but the arbitrator was there to make sure his list was good
N.B. He still cheated in that tournament. Evidently his Dark Reapers had a supply of Anti-plant missiles appear out of now-where. What a git.
-- Catalyst (email@example.com), July 07, 1998.