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Does a psyker who has had his power nullified, e.g. by a psychic hood, count as having used his psychic power for that turn or can he try and use a different power since the first one never happened?
Also a follow up question.
If a psyker fails his psychic test can he try and use a different psychic power? Or does attempting to use a power count as his one power per turn?
He gets gets one attempt, not one successful power.
"The sergeant major asked me what my job is. I told him it's to do what I am told. He gave me a medal. I like the Imperial Guard."
"Innocentia Probat Nihil"
I thought as much. Thank you for the help.
There would be really no point in having a hood if the enemy psiker could take say 5 powers and turn and roll for each one.
Praise be to the Emperor!!
I agree but once and awhile you play a game with that guy pulls stuff like this. lol