Thank god I have no clue of the 40K universe what so ever, so I can basically plainly enjoy a game which I hope have good mechanics, is balanced and competitive and fun to play and watch. Lore or feel comes at second place for me this time.
+1 What I care about is that it's a good game with good mechanics, which so far it seems to be. Card games have always been abstractions so I'm really not sure why there's so much fuss over it all of a sudden like this is a new issue. It doesn't matter exactly how many troopers a card is supposed to be and I doubt anyone at FFG even raised the question. It's some guys of a certain type, that's all. This is no different than every other CCG/LCG that exists and the rules on the card are the rules, not the artwork, so it shouldn't make a difference whether the card shows a single soldier or a formation of many. Me, I'd rather see a nicely detailed picture of one guy instead of 2000 little grey blurs that I can't make out. My imagination can fill in that he probably has some buddies along with him that aren't shown on the card.