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okay just picked up some sisters of battle vehicles.
I get it that "heavy" in "heavy Flamer" means needs stable platform or you can't move an shoot, but is there any other rules surrounding the heavy flamer as far as template usage? number of hits? range?
or is it just...a flamer that's....heavy?
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The Heavy Flamer is:
2. Has +X Strength and -X AP from the regular flamer.
That's all it is. Hope this helps.
Last edited by Lost Nemesis; January 30th, 2008 at 22:38.
like Tekore said, except that even though 'Heavy' is in it's name, it's still an Assault weapon.
The Heavy mainly refers to an improved statline for the weapon.
Indeed. My mistake on the heavy part. Teach me not to reference the book.
The heavy flamer stats should be in the summary section at the back of your relevant codex.
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Interesting. I just looked up my copy of the Daemonhunters Codex and the Heavy Flamer stats there quote it as a Heavy 1! The SM Codex has it as Assault, which it of course should be.
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Check the Deamon Hunter's FAQ the very last bullet states that the Heavy Flamer is suppose to be assault 1 not heavy 1.
As for the witch hunter codex, check page 48 on the weapon table, the 11th row has the entry for the heavy flamer.
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