Working Rules: Simple here. The Primarch has working rules. The link provided will bring you to a post (most likely mine for simplicities sake) that has the current rules on it (usually with other clutter removed from the post). It is these topics that, unless anyone objects or 5th edition changes anything, I am asking Brother Tyler to close (entirely at his discretion). This is by no means a statment saying that you should not suggest anything. If you have a good idea, tells us.
Minor Work: These Primarch have working rules. However, they might not be totally adherent to fluff, some mechanic might not work, or is under/overpowered. The link provided will, most likely, link to the first page of the topic. I am asking here for simple things to be answered (How much should Corax cost? and others) that would allow the Primarch to be competed to everyone’s satisfaction.
Help!!!: These are the problem ones. This is the real reason I am creating this list. Simply put, these Primarchs have little or no working rules (Magnus for example), have too many conflicting ideas (Horus), or simply have not been touched upon in many months (Guilliman). What I need here is people who know their fluff (If you have read the Horus Heresy novels or are a fan of the Primarch in question, that’s you!) to post ideas that could help create workable rules for the Primarch. If you have not contributed before, you should read Brother Tyler’s Primarch Project Thread as well as looking at the Primarch Core Rules for the base stats and Special Rules of the Pre-Hersey Primarchs.
With that out of the way here is the list.
Working Rules - 11 out of 24 (48%)
Konrad Cruze (3rd page, last post)
Minor Work - 6 out of 24 (24%)
Help!!! - 7 out of 24 (28%)
Pre-Heresy Magnus The Red
Post-Heresy Magnus The Red
The fact that almost half of them have completed and with another quarter almost have completed rules is a very good sign.
This list is not definitive in its rulings, I made it simply to point out those Primarchs that I felt needed the most help, and those that did not. The Done section however is based off of the majority of opinions presented in the threads and is not entirely my own opinion.
I am sorry for the lengthy post, but I felt it was needed.
Edited by Brother Vyze, 14 July 2008 - 09:33 PM.