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If someone could popint me in the direction of an 'Outnumbering' rule in 40k?
I can't seem to find it in the rule book under assualting, or Morale... does this rule still exist?
It was abolished with the 5th edition and has no bearing on current rules. Some old codices might still refer to it, but those references are now obsolete.
[4th edition rules were something like this:
outnumbered 2:1 leads to -1 Ld
outnumbered 3:1 leads to -2 Ld
outnumbered 4:1 leads to -3 Ld]
Yes sir, Red Archer has it right. Discarding the rules for Outnumbering has in my opinion made the logic on this a whole lot easier. Instead of determing actual models that have been lost, it has down come to a matter of how many wounds are left. This is on Pg 44 of the BrB, under the title of "Taking Moral Checks".
Keep in mind, that I think the only rule regarding Moral checks concerning the actual model count has to do if the squad has lost 25% or more of its models, but this does not count to models already locked in combat.
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