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Exactly what the topic says. Can a Wraithlord capture a table quarter in Cleanse?
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Why should it not?
If I am not completely wrong the rules for cleanse mission clearly state that units under half strength and transports may not take table corners. Neither can swarms of any kind... as these are either too small to have any power or thye just simply run around screaming or something.
But I am not sure about one thing... is the wraithlord counted as an independent character?
If he is, then he may not take tablecorners. This is also stated in the rules.
Should I be way wrong here, could anyone correct me? At least we will all know the correct answer in the end.
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Hmmm. It isn't a vehicle, unit of infantry (in this case meaning more than one), bikes, or cavalry, but GW does give it some of the characteristics of a Dread (don't swing last with DCCW) even though it doesn't have a vehicle stat line. It's not a character, but does seem a lot like one. Nothing in the FAQ helps with this either.
It doesn't say it is infantry, but it does have an infantry stat line, and none of the rules of an IC. I could be convincd to consider is an infantry unit of one. How about an infantry unit of one Obliterator? That can claim a corner. In this case you can ONLY take one for the unit. Although Obliterators could be argued as having the capability of being a unit of more than one.
I would agree that it is infantry, having the stats, rules, write-up, etc of one, just a unit with a maximum of one. So I would say yes, it can claim a corner. Just my opinion, but I can't find anything that disqualifies it.
To save arguement, I'd bring it up before the battle with my opponent.
"To save arguement, I'd bring it up before the battle with my opponent." A good idea but any Eldar player will argue that it can claim quarters because it is in their best interests. I am more interested in whether or not it actually has that ability.
Does anyone happen to know the actual answer?
Thanks for the feedback though guys.
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I'd have to agree with WolfRaider. If it COULDN'T hold table quarters, it would say so in its description, ie, Biovores and Zoenthropes specifically state that they can't hold table quarters.
There are many instances of infantry units of size 1, and in all cases they are treated like a full infantry unit unless the rules specifically state otherwise.
Yep, it can. It might be a lonely thing, but anything that doesn't have IC status or some special rule for it (like Nurglings) can capture quarters etc.
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Although it may be different in some respects due to being 'alive', a Wraithlord is an Eldar Dreadnought. Therefore, it can capture table quarters just like any other dreadnought, AFAIK. Unless I remember incorrectly, the same applies to similar big stompies like the Avatar and Tyranid Monstrous Creatures, but I'm open to correction on that one.
OK. Thanks guys.
Now im really scared of Wraithlords! It cannot be immobilised and cannot be reduced to half strength =/
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