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Matt Bayes
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Alright so if I'm undersranding correctly
500 points for each core unit (of its type)
1000 points for each elite unit (of its type)
So does that mean it has to be perfectly even

Like if I an army that cost 1999 points but we are playing a 2000 point game. Do I get 1 elites unit or 2?
 
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Panagiotis Zinoviadis
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You are playing at 2000 so you get 2 elite.
 
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CJ
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It would be better to titivate the language of your statement:

backspace8908 wrote:

500 points for each core unit (of its type)
1000 points for each elite unit (of its type)

Every 500pts requires one core unit to be selected.
Every 1000pts allows one elite unit to be selected.

You are correct that the available points dictates the min/max for both, not the amount you actually spend during army building.
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Matt Bayes
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Wait so in a standard 2000 point game I can have
A.) 2 elite swordsman and 2 elite bowmen
B.) 1 of each
C .) 2 of one and none of the other

One of these 3 options is allowed?
 
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backspace8908 wrote:
Wait so in a standard 2000 point game I can have
A.) 2 elite swordsman and 2 elite bowmen
B.) 1 of each
C .) 2 of one and none of the other

One of these 3 options is allowed?
A is allowed.
 
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Chad Ellis
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Just to echo what's been said:

1. The requirements are determined by points available, not points you actually spend. If you're playing a 2,000 point game it's based on 2,000 whether your actual army is exactly that or less.

2. The elite limit is a limit for each elite unit. You can, for example, field a 2,000 point Hawk army with two Knights and two Longbowmen.

3. The core requirement is a total number and can be met with any combination of core units. If, for example, an army has a unit of core bowmen then you could meet your 2,000 point requirement by having four of them, with the rest being standard and/or elite.
 
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