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Where are Invul saves allowed or not allowed? Look at Plague Sword, it says not armour saves allowed against it but doesn't include the usualy "(Invul save can be taken as usual blah blah)" This isn't just for Chaos but there are others like this. How do I know?
Weapons that override the core rules (in this case, inv. saves) will explicitly say so (Phase Swords, psycannons etc.). Since it does not override the core rulebook, you follow it as normal.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
Invunerable saves are always allowed unless is explicitly says they aren't. There are some weapons and things where the codex writer just decided to write that "inv. svs are allowed as ..." but that doesn't mean those are the only weapons you can take inv svs against.
Originally Posted by The Paint Monkey
Yeah unless it says 'no saves of any kind are allowed' you can take an INV against any hit that beats a normal armour save. An INV save can be taken against any hit not just from things that beat armour saves, if you were so inclined and you had a 2+ armour save and a 4+INV and you were hit with an AP3 shot you could take the save on the 4+ INV (silly but you could do it) even though the 2+ is the better save, the choice is yours.Originally Posted by Warrior47
Just to add to what others said: it doesn't have to specifically mention Invulnerable Saves in order to bypass them. If a rule simply says "no saves allowed", that includes Armour Saves, Invulnerable Saves, and Cover Saves.
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