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Ok i understand the outnumbering thing & the Under half thing but next to shooting when would i take a test in combat? EVER time? or only when he killed more then me? or out numbering?
I don't understand the question, do you mean a morale test when in combat or from shooting.
If from shooting if the squad being shot at loses 25% of their members in one round of shooting then they must take a moral check. If they fail they run away. There is no negative modifers (unless the weapon has special rules.)
If your asking that while in close combat when do you have to take moral checks, then it would be only if you *LOST* combat, that is when you bring the negative modifiers for being under 50% and outnumbering for a -leadership for them.
CCor shooting? Or maybe tankshock?Originally Posted by Hive Fleet Cobra
Shooting I refer you to p 47, if you take 25% of casualties in a turn from shooting.
CC, p 48. Losing an assault. Only if you lose CC. Not, if you are fearless or subject to similar rules (synapse) then you follow the rules for no retreat.
Tankshock- again, p 48 and 58. When one model is moved by a tank shock, the unit must test.
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i ment CC but thanks...XD