This is an update on life. The final semester of grad school/ admin certification has sort of pushed everything back. Despite this short pause, I have assembled my Whirlwind and base painted it and my drop pods. I have made time to snowboard two days and the list of things that I'm going to do when I'm finished with my paper is growing long. I've got a crap-ton of papers to grade and powerpoints to put together for lessons in my law and marketing classes. I have an internship portfolio that has to go together over spring break and two promised vacations (Virgin Islands and Sun Valley). I have to study and take my Texas admin certification test, and apply for jobs in Pflugerville, Round Rock, and Austin because I have family there, it is a great city, they need educators and therapists (wife) and they pay considerably more than Idaho. I have to move. We'll just see how long it takes me to get back to blogging. I certainly miss the hobby.
I'm still jumping through the last couple of hoops to finish grad school and get my admin cert. but I wanted to show that I added a box for special rules on my excel list generator. I've taken the approach of adding every unit I could possibly play on the list and adding the equations to have it change my point totals as I take different quantities and weapons options. The final line of the spreadsheet just adds up all the total boxes from each unit. I added stat lines and special rules so I can put less wear on my codexes.
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