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    Until the release of 1.0, each army had his own team of designers : the [u][b]Army Book Committees[/b][/u].
    Now it's the [u][b]Army Design Team[/b][/u] (ADT) and [u][b]Conceptual Design Team[/b][/u] (CDT) that design the books under the supervision of Rule Team and Balance Team.
    30k references the time period before [u]Warhammer 40,000[/u]'s main timeline (which takes place in the 41st millenium). 30k may refer to games of 40k played to represent the earlier time period or may reference [u]The Horus Heresy[/u], a game designed by Games Workshop to reflect the earlier time period. This [u]The Horus Heresy[/u] game was made much after the initial [u]Warhammer 40,000[/u], which is also a game designed by Games Workshop.
    [b]Win At All Costs (WAAC) Players[/b]
    Negative term for Players that focus almost entirely on overpowered/broken units, rules or armies. For WAAC players, winning the game trumps all other aspects of the game and is synonymous with fun - if they don't win, the game isn't fun and some get very upset. This term is often associated with cheating and bad sportsmanship.
    [b][u]European Team Championship[/u][/b] is the largest competition in our hobby. [b][u]European Tabletop Championship[/u][/b] & [u][b]European Tournament Championship[/b][/u] are incorrect definitions.
    It happens each summer in a random European country, the players are from dozens of national teams from all around the [lexicon]world[/lexicon] (in 2017 there was 256 players).

    Two days before the team event there is the ESC ( [b][u]European Single Championship[/u][/b] ), it's a single tournament where ETC players [lexicon]test[/lexicon] their army lists one last time.
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    2) [b][u]European Team Championship[/u][/b] is the largest competition in our hobby. [b][u]European Tabletop Championship[/u][/b] & [u][b]European Tournament Championship[/b][/u] are incorrect definitions.
    It happens each summer in a random European country, the players are from dozens of national teams from all around the [lexicon]world[/lexicon] (in 2017 there was 256 players).

    Two days before the team event there is the ESC ( [b][u]European Single Championship[/u][/b] ), it's a single tournament where ETC players [lexicon]test[/lexicon] their army lists one last time.