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I am a little confused about how an Inquisitor saves wounds against shooting attacks.
If I have an inquisitor and a retinue of 8 (2 are chirurgeons), the majority save of the unit is 4+. If I take 6 wounds from shooting and save 3 of them. Can I put two on my acolytes and one on my Inquisitor than use the chirurgeon to avoid the wound on the inquisitor. Someone told me for me to use the chirurgeon I would have to put all my wounds on the inquisitor. Which doesn't seem to make sense....
You must attempt to remove whole models first, so you can't place a single wound on the inquisitor.
Check your WH codex, the chirurgeon only works on the inquisitor alone - so you would have to allocate 3 wounds to the inquisitor for that to work.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
If you use the majority save, you also have to remove models with the majority save first.
Since the Inquisitor is not the majority (his 3 wounds agains the 8 of the retinue) you have to use the retinue's Toughness and Save against the shooting attacks and as a result remove retinue models if you don't make the saves. Check the rules for mixed armor and toughness in the rulebook. Don;t have one with me right now, so I cannot tell you what page they are on, unfortunately.
Shut up and play.