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When you attack with a Giant (Mutant)you roll a d6 to find out what kind of attack will the Giant make and roll another dice and if the result is the same what happens then?
And a side question. Lets say i have a unit of 3trolls and they get 3 wounds ,where is it sayd that 1 troll has to die? Why cant I make them take 1wound each?
The giant just goes crazy and leap onto the enemy. Its treated as the giant fell over, and the normal rules for a falling giant applies. (Though, if its your giant, you choose for yourself in witch direction it will fall over.
Regarding your side question. The answer can be found on page 31 in the little rule book, in the section; Multiple Wound Casualties.
But all in all, thats just how it is We have to remove whole models.
I still dont get it,so does he jump up and down on the enemy or does he automaticly fall down or what?
He is treated as if he were falling. He dosent do any of the special attacks, but falls over. The thing that is different from a normal ''fall-over'', is that the player controlling the Giant, may decide on his own, in which direction he will fall.
Normally, one would have to use the scatter dice for that.
Hope this is a bit more clear.