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Right. I was reading the WH faq and got a little confused on how mancatchers works now.
Basically, i'm wondering if the changes imply that the Acolyte may select one enemy model that is engaged in combat and reduce its attacks by 1, or does it actually mean that all engaged enemy models get their attacks reduced?
5 points would be quite cheap to reduce the attacks of all engaged enemy models, so i'm thinking that it still only affect one model, but i could use some clarification.
Thanks in advance.
Whoa!!! Just read that, and if possible, it's even more complicated than the issue with the similarly-working Tyranid Lash Whips!
Based on the immensely vague FAQ, I'd say that they simply no longer need to be in BtB contact, rather they would work within the normal Engagement range and can affect any enemy model within the engagement range. They still would affect only a single enemy model.
GW really should strive to define how it works exactly, and not leave it up to us players to figure it out... =/
"The meat things seek to destroy ourselves. They hunt us as we hunt them but they are weak and uncertain. The inferior flesh will be entirely destroyed, all biomatter consumed. Ourselves will fight to the last, all weak flesh must be devoured."
Heheh, i couldn't agree with you more. It's particulary annoying as the faq is supposed to clarify how things work in 4th ed. Not make things more complicated. :glare:
Oh well. I guess i'll go with targeting one model within engagement range then. After all, the alternative doesn't seem very logical or balanced.