40k list building has a problem. The most common choices are to use Battlescribe, and turn up to games with printouts that are ten pages long and practically illegible, or to use the codex, which is nicer looking and more accurate, but has a menu of options that you probably didn’t take. In other words: BattleScribe lists are thicc, but only the Codex can truly get it. What if there were a way to show up at a game with a list that was both thicc and could get it. Is that a thing?
Dear reader, it extremely is.
It comes in 40k:
And Kill Team flavors:
And you can use it to your heart’s content, right here. All it takes is a BattleScribe roster file, and a printer, and you can be the belle of the ball at your next GW event. Hell, buy a laminator, and treat your list like an over-sized deck of Magic Cards, why not.
Unlike most Goon Projects, it actually works and is actively maintained, so if you run into any problems, feel free to drop me (ANAmal.net) a line, through the usual goon-approved channels, or use the public GitHub to submit any pull requests you might have.