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So I was squaring off against my friend's VC army yesterday with my OK. It got to a point in the battle where I had stomped through a few units with my Tyrant, who had the Tenderiser. But when I came against his corpse cart, and I told him the Tenderiser did D3 wounds, he asked me why I hadn't taken those wounds on previous units.
Now I may be wrong, but I thought this only applied to models with more than one wound. E.G, on units with one wound, each wound doesnt multiply to D3 wounds, and doesnt cause extra casualties.
He seemed to think the opposite, and was surprised that I didnt take the extra wounds on his units. Can anyone shed some light and clarify this once and for all?
Yes, the D3 normally* only applies to multi-wound models, and only after armour/regeneration/ward saves have been taken (i.e. only 1 saving/regen/ward throw per wound scored and then for any unsaved wounds you then roll for the D3 amount)
* - I'm sure there are probably some circumstances where this isn't the case, perhaps for overkill against champions killed in a challenge?
Thanks for the clarification.
its very simple:
if you have a normal RNF model, he would be killed if you chop his arm of.. but he would be just as dead if jou chop his arm, leg, and head of.. same result: he's still dead
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