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I would like you to help me clarify some fine points in the new 5th edition.
Please choose a or b
1)If squad A armed with bolters caused 3 casualties to squad B
a) Casualties will be taken out as normal no matter if only a single model is in range (RTFR Noob!)
b) Only the single model in range will be taken out as casualty (4th edition)
2) If squad A armed yet again with bolters wanted in another instance to shoot at squad B
a) Model 1 can rapid fire (2 shots) and all other squad members (2,3 etc) must take a single shot (4th edition, and still in effect Meganoob! maybe you should play Orks )
b) The whole squad can rapid fire no matter if only a single enemy model is in range (yeah right...)
(RTFR=Read The f****** Rules)
UPDATE!! Ok I now know that 2a is correct (page 28 BRB )
Last edited by Pimp My Rhino; October 11th, 2008 at 03:16.
1 is a. Casualties need neither be in range nor in line of sight in 5th edition. You can in fact kill 3 men by shooting one man 3 times.
The way you drew the picture only one shooter is in range, so he's pretty handy with that bolter, but that's kind of tertiary =)
Its better than it was. I remember one night my Bloodclaws met with a huge party of orks, and facing that same exact scenario of you are only in so and so range and can only kill so and so.
Needless to say he got punched for being the only person in the store to rape that rule, and it extremely aggrivated me that he decided to rape the rules because he was loosing >.<
On a second thought...you are right, there's nothing really to exploit, silly me
No more sniping with melta pistols on t4 multiwound characters
I might write like a ork but i fight like a poet.
Some one tell me they have ever seen a nightbringer die from a Nemesis Force Weapon.