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1. O unit charges X unit (A is a friendly unit of X), what happenes then? I know this is a basic situation, but i got confused..
2. Do the Pegaus Knights have 360 line of sight?
3. Can a large target ( Giant ) see over terrain features? Like a forest.
4. The spell Pestilence from the Nurgle's lore can only be dispell,when it is cast. Am I right?
5. All chars are deployed at the same time, like war machines?
Thnx for your time.
Last edited by CGLover; February 9th, 2008 at 08:29.
1. What are the A's?
2. I believe they are skirmishers, so yes.
3. Common sense. A giant can see over hedges, some hills, etc. But not over woods, houses and walls.
4. Is it a remains in play spell? In this case you may dispel it with your dispel dice when he casts it, or with your power dice in your magic phase.
5. No. Characters are deployed at the same time but taking turns as with other units.
Hope it helped.:happy:
5000p. High Elves
Always clarify before the battle about large targets and terrain. It makes the game much smoother when you don't have to worry about it mid-game when people have vested interests.
In general, I agree that giants shouldn't see over trees.
I think the only difference is that the caster may cast another spell, be slain etcetc, and the Pestilence spell wont end as with other RiP spells.
Yep. I think those people tend to confuse it with the Rod of Corruption which does a similar bound spell and thoughtlessly they transfer the undispellability (what a word 0: ) in consecutive rounds from there to the regular spellExactly. Pestilence can be dispelled later, but doesn't stop the caster using another spell later on.
It ain't easy bein' green... :-)
Page 67 of the BRB, firing against skirmishers who are US 1 suffers a -1 to hit.
And Pegasi are flying cav, just like warhawks. They are US 2 and even though they move as skirmishers on the ground, they are not -1 to be fired at.
Something like a fell bat that's still US 1 would be a skirmiser for shooting purposes.
Hmm, I think I just repeated everything you all said.