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Just a couple questions for you more informed than i.
1. it states in the witch hunter codex that eviscerators count as power fists, does this mean repentias are I1?
2. does holy rage allow for an assault on the same turn? and does "maximum movement" mean 6" + d6", or do they have to RUN so 6" + d6" +d6" and then a possible assault?
3. if two squads clash with the same initiative, how do you determine who goes first? for example repentias normally have an init of 3, and my striking scorpions have an init of 5. lets sau i hand my exarch a scorpions claw which counts as a power fist, he would then be tied with repentias. who goes first?
Thanks for any help!
1 - Yes
2 - Don't have the codex infront of me, can't check :-/
3 - For CC don't use "squad" to figure out initative, use each model. If one has a powerfist, and the rest of the unit has I5, fighting a unit with all I5, every unit with I5 would attack at the same time, resolve wounds, then any lower initiative would attack (if he's still alive)
Yes, I did deep-strike your sister...
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Since the others have been answered, I'll do number 2.
This has been FAQed 3 times, with a different answer each time! Go GW.
The way it works currently is you get your d6 move in the movement phase and can then choose to run in the shooting phase. If you don't run in the shooting phase you may assault as normal.
The model subject to Holy Rage moves 6 + D6 during the movement phase. It then has the option to additionally run in the shooting phase if you want.
#3: As Nhyx stated, the I5 scorpions would still go before the powerfist models. Then, the I1 repentia and exarch would go at the same time. This means that you pick one - doesn't matter which - and roll all their attacks etc like normal, then do the other like normal, keeping in mind that if they kill each other (say the exarch kills a repentia) the casualties still get to attack because they weren't killed *before* their initiative.
Also, while the repentia attack at I1, their normal initiative is unchanged for other purposes, such as initiative checks.
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Excellent, thank you for the response everyone.
This made my witch hunter friend upset but me happy.
i thought that the repentias seemed overpowered, now they are much more down to earth.