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How do you roll for blast? Do you roll to hit once, and then to wound on all the units in the radius, do you just roll to wound? I am really confused.
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Originally posted by TEUTONIC_KNIGHT@Dec 1 2004, 23:31
How do you roll for blast? Do you roll to hit once, and then to wound on all the units in the radius, do you just roll to wound? I am really confused.[snapback]263049[/snapback]
As I understand, you roll to hit, then roll to see if any of the guys partly under the template are hit, then you roll to wound for each guy.
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Donâ€™t confuse template weapons with blast weapons.
Flamers are template weapons and follow a slightly altered set of rules for determining who is hit.
Starkiller was right about using blast weapons such as plasma cannons or missile launchers, but flamers donâ€™t need to roll to hit, and anything touched by the template is hit, you just go straight to rolling to wound.