Army Points

Miniature Wars uses a point buy system to build the units which comprise an army. Unit Archetypes and anything that improves your miniature's capabilities costs points, you must spend points equal to the listed price. Anything that reduces your miniature's capabilities also returns points which may be spent without increasing the miniature's point cost. Miniatures can not cost less points than their Unit Archetype price. 
 
For example, the listed price for the horde Unit Archetype is 5 points. John wants to build a unit of Goblins, so he selects the horde Unit Archetype, which starts with the following attribute profile:
 
Table: Standard Horde Profile
M
P
MP
RP
S
T
V
A
W
R
4
5
4(+2)
4(+2)
5(+2)
5
1
1
4(+2)
5
 
John then lowers following attributes to the initial Goblin miniature: Str -2, Tou -2, Wil -1. Those adjustments return 16 points with which John decides to spend on equipment & traits. John's Goblin still only costs 5 points. John buys 39 additional Goblins miniatures with the same statistics for a total cost of 200 points. Finally, John names the unit of 40 Goblins the "Atkak'em!" 
 
Atkak'em! Profile
M
P
MP
RP
S
T
V
A
W
R
4
5
4(+2)
4(+2)
3(+2)
3
1
1
3(+2)
5
 

Army Points

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