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If their are warriors awaiting WBB, and they aren't in 6" of a warrior. do they remain on the field as ruble until a warrior comes along so that they can take a WBB test? Or do they get removed at the start of the necron turn since they couldn't take the test?
They get removed unless you are planning on using a monolith on them.
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If they're not eligible to take a WBB test the turn after they were destroyed, they are removed from the table.
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To paraphrase the current codex, it says...
(1.) You may self-repair damaged Necrons at the start of each Necron turn.
(2.) You (always) roll for the self-repair if the model is capable.
(3.) Self-repair only works if the Necron is up to 6" away from another model of the same type.
The part that must be understood here is that self-repair is an ability, and that allows not only the rolling of dice, but also the actual repair of the model. Both of these must be possible for a model to be capable of self-repair as mentioned in #2. If #3 is not true, the model is not capable and is not forced to use the ability right away, according to #1.
Last edited by Krovin-Rezh; February 16th, 2009 at 04:56. Reason: Oops, I meant to put the "not" in there.
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