New muster rules: individuals

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New muster rules: individuals

Postby Rob Boyce » Mon Apr 04, 2016 5:33 am

This may have been there for ages and I've never noticed or it may be new but in the muster rules it seems to say that you can take a noble with higher authority than your general but they 'become' an individual. Am I reading that right? Do they gain the class individual or does this just mean that you can warriors who are already an individual who have higher auth than your general?
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Re: New muster rules: individuals

Postby Dave Fraser » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:48 am

Yeah I saw that bit too and don't quite follow it either, would be good to clarify how this works. I wondered if it was something aimed more at standalone sell swords than being able to buy characters from within your own faction but think I'd need to sit and write it out with the rules to hand in order to follow it all through.
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Re: New muster rules: individuals

Postby Rob Lane » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:58 am

Well, the rules state:

"A general may muster a warrior with a higher Authority than his own in his host, but that warrior can never become the general, nor a commander. He will become an individual mustered outside of a command."

I'm not sure how that's unclear to be honest...!

It doesn't state "a Sell-Sword warrior", just "warrior", so it means any warrior...

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Re: New muster rules: individuals

Postby Dave Fraser » Mon Apr 04, 2016 12:46 pm

It's confusing because I'm a bit of an idiot, nothing more complex than that!

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Re: New muster rules: individuals

Postby Skull king » Mon Apr 04, 2016 2:51 pm

Do the individuals special rules still apply, even if they cannot be a commander? For instance, would a Tain of Baalor still make all warriors of Baalor units mainstay, despite them not being able to be mustered under them?
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Re: New muster rules: individuals

Postby Rob Lane » Mon Apr 04, 2016 4:41 pm

Skull king wrote:Do the individuals special rules still apply, even if they cannot be a commander? For instance, would a Tain of Baalor still make all warriors of Baalor units mainstay, despite them not being able to be mustered under them?


Those rules only apply if the fella is taken as a general or commander, so no. The individual isn't a commander.

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