I really hope I'm not the only one who experiences this but it seems every time I read through Purple I discover yet another rule or aspect of the rules I've either not employed or employed in a questionable manner. I mean the rules are barely 12 pages long.
This morning over breakfast I was reading the rules again ( I plan to start instructing newbies so I wanted to cross my "i"s and dot my "t"s ) and noticed for the first time that formations containing Hordes take an extra PIP to move after the first bound. I just never saw that and never costed their movement correctly before.
...every time I read through Purple I discover yet another rule or aspect of the rules I've either not employed or employed in a questionable manner.
Yep. Kinda like peeling an onion, right? Or like scratching away at a dig-site with a toothbrush. Always something new and interesting to be found in Purple. For me, those "finds" tend to be in army-lists I had never looked at closely before. So much to enjoy.
Last Edit: Apr 28, 2020 13:00:27 GMT by paulhannah
For me its two things. I read faster than I think so I miss a lot when books are not written clearly. I also think having the diagrams separated from the written rules portion lends itself to re-reads of the Purple