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1) When a Drop pod Deepstrikes dose it get destroyed if it fands in/on other troops or dose it push them out of the way like a Necron Monolith
2) How dose this ork me and my brother cand figure it out - A unit of 2 models with 3 wounds and a 5+ save throw and a model with 2 wonds and a 3+ save throw take 20 wounds. How makes what save throws and how dose it all play out.
I can help you w/ No.2
The unit takes the majorty save (in this case 5+). You then allocate the wounds, but to the people w/ the 5+ sv first.
Hope that helps.
It says in drop pod's rules on page 21 of the Marine codex under the section Drop Pod Assault.Originally Posted by Anabis_Xero
Why do the survivors remain anonymous -- as if cursed -- while the dead are revered? Why do we cling to what we lose while we ignore what we still hold?
Name none of the fallen, for they stood in our place, and stand there still in each moment of our lives.
--Duiker, "Deadhouse Gates"
If they would land on an enemy unit after scattering, simply reduce the scatter distance so they are 1" away from any enemy units. As Ostsol mentioned, the rules are printed on page 21 of the Space Marine Codex.Originally Posted by Anabis_XeroYou use the Mixed Armour rules on page 76 of the BGB. In this situation you distrubite hits to the 5+ saves first as they are in the majority, then to the model with the 3+ save, repeat until all 20x wounding hits are distributed across the unit. Assuming this is done correctly you should then roll 14x 5+ armour saves, taking any unsaved wounds on the models with the 5+ saves only, removing whole models where possible*. You then roll 6x 3+ armour saves, again any unsaved wounds must be applied to the model with the 3+ save. Excess wounds are ignored rather than carrying over to models with a different armour save.Originally Posted by Anabis_Xero
*Because all of the models have multiple wounds they are also subject to the multi-wound rules on page 27 of the BGB. If the two models with 5+ saves take 3 or more unsaved wounds in one set (one unit shooting at them or one initiative step in close combat), you must remove one of the models as a casualty. You cannot give wounds to both models in order to keep them alive.