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If I have a poisoned weapon with killing blow (like an assasin can), and i roll a 6 to hit, its an automatic wound. So does that mean its an automatic killing blow? Or I can't get killing blow with that wound? Or should I roll a dice just to see if I get a six, and get a killing blow if so and a regular wound if not?
If the attack is poisend, it cannot be used to make a killing blow attacks. However I feel you should still roll to see if the attack is a killing blow (as it is more realistic), but apparently thats not what gameworkshop thinks.
A Promise to a dead man means nothing.
According to the official FAQs, if you roll of 6 to hit with a poisin/killing blow weapon do NOT roll to see if it was a killing blow. So it automatically wounds on a six as normal, but any hits that aren't sixes are rolled for wounds as normal, possibly resulting in killing blows.
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
That's rather stupid, if you're an expert with weapons, and then you poison you're weapon you'r still gonna be an expert!!!
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That makes no difference, poison is going to wound anyways so a KB afterwards would be pure overkill. This was cleared up mainly for the TK Tomb Scorpion, as it has KB and Poisoned attacks.