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I'm in a little debate with a friend as per the abilities of the ignore wound rule used by death company armies.
He believes that the ignore wound is able to be used when the marine recieves wounds from weapons double the toughness of the model and I believe they do not. So which of us would be right in this?
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You are quite correct, if you hit them with something that would cause insta-kill (or power weapon attacks) they do not gain their 'feel no pain' save. So while they are better protected against Starcannon and the like, they are as vulnerable as any other marine to being nibbled away at with missile launchers and the like.
Addoran is correct as were you, simply show him page 74 of the bgb, feel no pain. It's all there in black and white.
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LOL. They may not feel any pain as the missile blows them into little pieces but they're still quite dead.....
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