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    Parry?

    I was playing with my friend when he told me his skeletons with sheilds and hand wepeons got a better armor save because of a rule he heard at games workshop called parry. We looked through the book but, couldn't find it. Any help to this would b great.


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    Weapons Section Little Red Book page 56 in the left hand column under the heading of fighting with hand weapon shield
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    Strictly it is not called parry either, but yes, models with hand weapons and shields have an improved save, but only when fighting models to teh front (it should ideally be against models to the front or to the left, as a warrior in formation will find it difficult to bring his shield round to the right, but that's a detail that we won't worry about....)

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