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Hello fellow WHFS players and all.
As new to this forum I'd start off with a question me and my friends can't find the answer on in the GW definition of Ethereal.
Can a non-undead Ethereal Unit be destroyed by pursuing enemy units (over US 5) or will they simply stop 1" before it?
If I for example was fighting a unit of Wraiths with my unit of Black Guards, where I've given the commander a magical weapon (meaning he can strike the Wraiths) how is the following situation worked out?
This is a replica (lol) of the front rank of my Black Guards (BG) and his sole rank of Wraiths with a Tomb Banshee( TB ).
(the _ is just to show the space between the two commanders
The Black Guards have the ASF banner so my commander (the only one who can attack them) kills 2 Wraiths and the Tomb Banshee (over a few rounds with some neat rolls)
making the situation looks like this
Does this mean that I can never allocate attacks from my commander against the last Wraith and will have to hope that the Wraith does not kill my Black Guards so that I can win on combat resolution, thus killing him?
Additionally, who decides where Undeads (in this case Wraiths) are removed from in the unit? - often it wont matter but in this case (if the answer to the question above is yes) it will matter a whole lot!
I purposely did not put this thread in the VC section, since ½ the question was concerning a (somehow) common rule.
Hope you guys have the time/knowledge (ofc u do) to answer this.
Thanks in advance guys
Last edited by kasper_the_god; June 16th, 2009 at 08:38.
Thanks for the reply wont fear VC as much now ^^