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Basically, when a model kills a Tomb Prince/King, it is affected by the curse. If no single model responsible for the kill can be distinguished, then the whole unit is affected.
My question is, can you avoid having the whole unit being effected, by rolling seperately for each attacking model..? This way, technically, you can distinguish the responsible for the kill.
Dark Elves - Game #28 vs High Elves: Draw
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The order doesn't make a difference. If they are all models attacking from a unit, their attacks at the same time. Technically, you still wouldn't know which one killed the prince or king.
Please tell me you wouldn't actually try this.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
I don't know why they use the "missile fire" example in the TK rule book anyway. In missile fire a single model was clearly responsible for the last wound. It really doesnt matter WHICH model, since youre not going to remove that model anyway. You're going to remove one from the back rank. Fact remains that one single model was responsible for the last wound. Saying that they all fired at the same time has nothing to do with it. A group of infantry all attacks at the same time but in its example in the book only one model is removed.
Only time I enforce the "D6 wounds on the unit" (this interpretation is coming from a TK player mind you) pretty much is from combat resolution. I think there have been a couple of little once in a lifetime situations where it made sense to hit the whole unit but they were one time things and I dont remember.