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Notes, examples and asides

Further explanation, where it may help you to understand concepts or relationships between rules.

You and your opponent are much less likely to dispute or misinterpret rules if you understand why they are written the way they are.

Notes to highlight an alternative or additional way to play that some players prefer to the default. If you want to use an option, you and your opponent must both agree.

Advice to help you learn the rules more effectively or get the best out of the game.
Reminders about things that are important to get right but easy to miss or forget in the heat of battle.
Example 1. Example

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Footnotes, for additional information. [1]

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Monospace font with grey background: We use this mainly to reference characteristic values that we either state on a 'data sheet' or that we bring into effect through a dynamic rule. For example: Speed 10 cm; Armour 5+.

Italic font style: We use this to emphasise a specific 'special ability' or the title of a publication.

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Related information

1. We use footnotes like this to present additional information. In particular, we often use footnotes to highlight ways in which Epic Remastered differs from Epic 40,000.