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Maybe some of you will laugh, but im not sure of the rules. The power dice im warhammer fantasy. Can anyone explain it with other words then the rulesbook? Like i said im not sure. I just want to know the rules right ^_^
Thank you :blush:
Lotus
Hope is the first step on the road to dissapointment.
Power dice are the amount of dice that you get to cast a spell. Using these dice, you have to equal of beat the casting value of a spell in order to successfully cast it.
The iron crowned is getting closer,
Swings his hammer down on him,
Like a thunderstorm he's crushing,
Down the Noldor's proudest king.
Under my foot, so hopeless it seems.
You've troubled my day, now feel the pain.
- Blind Guardian
Power dice are collected in a "pool" at the start of yor magic phase. In this pool you collect all the power dice various items/mages/abilities give you. Each time you wich to cast a spell, say wich wizard is casting which spell and using how many dice. Use the dice from the powerdice pool.
You get:
2 powerdice - this is your basic power, every army gets 2 powerdice almost no matter what.
1 powerdice per level 1 wizard
2 powerdice per level 2 wizard
and so on...
additionally certain items or skills will also give you extra powerdice.
Please note that a wizard may only use a number of dice equal to his level+1 to attempt to cast each spell, and may only atttempt each spell he knows once, provided you have enough powerdice.
I kill two dwarves in the morning, I kill two dwarves at night. I kill two dwarves in the afternoon, and then I feel allright. I kill two dwarves in time of peace, and two in time of war. I kill two dwarves before I kill two dwarves, and then I kill two more.
Goblin kroozade of revengyness: win:19 draw:10 loss:9
I have a similar question: When a 2nd Generation Slann adds +1 to his power and dispell rolls, does that mean +1 per die or +1 to the whole total? (eg I roll a 3 and 4, does this equal 3+4+1=8 or (3+1)+(4+1)=9)
Sub-Question: If it is +1 to each die, how does this work with the "drain magic" spell. If I roll a 3, which is not discarded, and then I add +1, does that mean it gets discarded or does it count as a 4? If it's not +1 per die, then this question is nonsense^^
I'm still waiting on that damn US parcel service to get me the rulebook, so maybe someone can tell me this: how many dispel dice do I get? Is it the same as with power dice as described above? (2 to start, 1 for every magic level of your mage, and add up the total of all mages and items and stuffs) In particular, I have 2 skink priests. How many power/dispell dice do I get if I make one of them 1st level and the other 2nd level mages?
Anyone who can answer any of these questions, please do.
Thanks!
Your first example is correct, you add +1 to the total roll, not each dice.have a similar question: When a 2nd Generation Slann adds +1 to his power and dispell rolls, does that mean +1 per die or +1 to the whole total? (eg I roll a 3 and 4, does this equal 3+4+1=8 or (3+1)+(4+1)=9)You start out with 2 dispel dice (or 4 if you are dwarves) and add 1 spell dice for every 1-2 level magicians, and 2 dispel dice for every 3-4 level magicians.I'm still waiting on that damn US parcel service to get me the rulebook, so maybe someone can tell me this: how many dispel dice do I get? Is it the same as with power dice as described above? (2 to start, 1 for every magic level of your mage, and add up the total of all mages and items and stuffs) In particular, I have 2 skink priests. How many power/dispell dice do I get if I make one of them 1st level and the other 2nd level mages?