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Hi i was reading up on my orks in their codex and saw all of the extra items they can get in the armory (depending on the model) and i have seen people use them like truks with red paint jobs and ard boyz but i was wondering what those items actually did as it doesnt specify in my codex. maybe im looking in the wrong place for it? idk but i cant seem to find what those upgrades actually do.
On another note i was wondering how to properly assault a vehicle with a squad of boyz. For each hit do i roll on the table to damage the vehicle? Do those stack? Do i only roll once per squad?
Anyways any help you can give me is much appreciated.
What edition of the codex are you using? The rules for red paint job are on page 93 of the Ork Codex. 'Ard Boyz are on page 95.
Check page 63 in the rule book for assaulting vehicles.
Sorry to be vague, but we can't tell you the rules. Violation of intellectual property and the like. If you have specific questions or want a clarification, that's a different story.
Oh okay. im using the newest edition wich i think is 5th. i have the codex i just couldnt find the pages that go into detail about all the ork upgrades. thank you though for pointing me in the right direction.
IG Best Gen 1st overall of 10 DE 4th overall of 6
Eldar 3rd Overall/Best General of 26--2nd Overall/Best General of 7--1st Overall/Best General of 11
wait wut do you mean its 3th? did you mean 4th?
Yeah, the ork codex is a 4th edition codex.
The basic rules for assaulting a vehicle aren't really what's intended by the whole "no posting rules" bit...
In a nutshell:
>After you've charged, everybody who can attack, does. This may be with bare hands, special weapons, grenades, or whatever.
>The fight goes in initiative order as usual, with every model making however many attacks it gets.
>Any attack that hits proceeds to make an armour penetration roll to see if it cracks the tank's armour. Most troops don't pack anything powerful enough to hurt a tank, so most attacks fail right here. Specialist tank-hunters are a different story, though!
>Finally, any attacks that manage to damage the tank roll on the damage table to see what happens. (stunned, immobilized, explodes, etc...)
Check out the main rulebook, page 63 for all the relevant specifics.