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I have a friend who went to a couple of rogue trader tournaments recently and he was telling me that my wife is firing her Monolith wrong. He tells me that the particle whip is placed up to 24" inches away and then you roll BS skill to hit. If you hit, then you hit on target. In other words, you don't do scatter dice like you would a Leman Russ.
The reason I bring this up is because he said that all the Cron players at the two rogue trader tourneys were telling him that it's how you are supposed to fire it. According to these players you also fire the Tau Railgun in the same manner.
Is this all a bunch of crap? The rules say you fire it like Ordinance. That's pretty clear to me and I can't find anything else that contradicts it. If it's out there, then please let me know.
I'm not sure about the monolith thing but u just roll to hit for a rail gun
The particle whip uses normal ordnance rules, and those special rules which are specified in Codex Necrons. Nothing else.
Note that the railgun submunition shot uses the ordnance marker, but it is NOT an ordnance weapon. Therefore comparing the particle whip to the railgun is pointless.
any necron player who uses BS to hit for a particle whip, is 1 SICK PLAYER!!!
o sure, the power of a monolith is bs4 then.
BULLSHIT, it is a ordnance weapon, it is said so in the weapons section.
damn it, how come some people are just so damn stupid!!
necrons only have 5 weapons OMG< HOW CAN SOMEONE MISS THAT!!!???