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I have really been enjoying the new eldar codex. And I have much love for the changes they have made. My opponents never know what I am going to bring. Tried out a ghost army, with only 4 living models. (2 farseers and 2 spiritseers), and almost won. stupid wolf scouts...
Anyway, I have a couple questions for you:
1: Fearless models do not fall back, correct? So if a unit is falling back, and comes within range of the Avatar's "fearless bubble" Do they automatically regroup? Or do they just say "Bugger off." And keep high-tailing it out of dodge? What if you don't meet the criteria for regrouping (under half, enemy within 6" etc)? I suppose the same question can be asked in regards to the chaos Dirge casters (I think that is the item). Normally Everything I know of starts as fearless, not becomes fearless. (If that makes any sense)
2: A shadowseer makes a squad of harlequins very difficult to see. If they are joined by another independent character, do they still retain this ability? If so, I think I might start bringing my autarch along for the ride.
3: In night fight scenarios, you need to roll to find out if you can see a target. If you cannot see them, you cannot fire at them, essentially losing LoS. However, when dealing with indirect weapons the effects of night-fight are pretty clearly laid out. But, what about psychic powers that do not require line of sight? Can my farseer doom a squad he can't see (But will be charged by a squad of banshees very quickly.)
4: When dealing with wraithsight, I only measure at the start of the turn, not when I move my wraith units, correct? So if my warlock/farseer/spiritseer is within the required range at the beginning, and then moves off to do their business, when I move my wraithlord, I don't have to measure to their 'new' range. Am I right?
I think that is it for now. I really appreciate your time.
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* "Call me old fashioned, but an evil ascension to power just isn't the same without someone chanting faux Latin in the background."
Obviously if the squad met the criteria for regrouping, they could still attempt to do so while in the range of the Avatar. If the unit had lost too many models, or enemies were too close, then the unit would never regroup and never fall back until the Fearless effect left it.