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Not sure if this should be in the Rules Help forum, or here in Supplements (so feel free to move it mods ;p)
Using the Kill Team org chart, it's possible to create a few forces that have no models with a Ld characteristic; eg.
1 Dreadnought @ 130 pts
Extra Armor; Dreadnought CCW & Heavy Flamer; Multi-Melta
1 Land Speeder @ 70 pts
Heavy Bolter & Multi-Melta
and I'm sure there's a fair few more combos like this out there for each of the different races (squadron of 3 Eldar Vypers for example).
So how would you resolve the required Ld test once you've taken 50% casualties?
The BRB only offers advice on vehicles taking Morale tests (they don't have to, or are assumed to auto pass), but the kill team test is a straight Ld test, not Morale.
My thought is that the vehicle would count as Ld 10 (like they do against some psychic attacks perhaps?), but I'd be interested in how the rest of the LO world would resolve this quandry.
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Shoddy rules require mandatory houseruling, and these aren't worth it.Use 40k rules for K-T FOCs. Have fun with that.interested in how the rest of the LO world would resolve this quandry
But if you fancy a match with tension and balance, google the original K-T ...
... and you'll have what should have been included in the BM book.
Plus, it'll finally allow Thousand Sons players to participate.
Last edited by Playa; May 28th, 2010 at 20:18. Reason: add url
Erm, I did a Kill Team against Thousand Sons... I lost.