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i was on my local gaming clubs forum and they were looking for comp systems to use for the indy GT this year in rochester, ny other than the older more difficult ones. They came aacross talk of Timmy Comp which is a throwback to older tournament days i guess, i was wondering if anyone could shed some light??
 

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I know nothing about it mate, but Comp is a pathetic way for people to try and rebalance a game they can't see is already fundamentally quite balanced. Yes, certain armies have Codicies too old to be truly competitive - but then they shouldn't expect to win events with them, and wait for the revamp which inevitably puts them top of the heap.

Realistically, there are only 2 armies that struggle to compete at ANY points level, and they are the next two Codexes!
 

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Timmy Comp comes from a Guy in the UK (Tim Fisher). He was organising an event and the comp was basicly bring what you want but Tim would be checking everything and if it was too over the top he would get the player to change the list. This became known as Timmy Comp which is often used with a restrictive comp to iron out anything missed.

I think Tim actually hates things being known as Timmy Comp as some TO's take it a bit too far
 
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