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If a vehicle is listed under Fast Attack, say for instance a Chimera or Sentinel, does that make it a Fast Vehicle on the "what weapons you can fire if you move X distance" chart? Does it allow it to move extra distance? I see some vehicles listed with special rules like "souped up engines" but some are listed as Fast Attack and yet give no indication that they move any faster than normal.
Unless it says fast in the vehicle description, it isn't a fast vehicle and gain none of the benifits of being one.
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And just to be clear, the vehicle description is the the entry under the sat line where it says things like "Walker, skimer, fast, tanks" not in any of the pros or descriptions or elsewhere
On a similar concept. Fast attack entry vehicles are not always fast - Space Marine scouts do NOT have the actual scouts rule. etc
If its not listed in the codex discription - Its just a figment of your imagination.
Or, say, the Leader Beast entry under Tyranid Warior does not make them beasts, grumble grumble grumble, stupid GW etc etc etc.
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