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Some spells in Lore of Heavens to me seem a little unclear. On one hand you have Uranon's Thunderbolt and Forked lgihtting, which say they can be cast on any unit on the table but on the otehr hand you have units which have special rules for targeting(namely independent characters).
My question to you is can you target these units with these spells.
If you're answer is yes then my second question would be could a cannon aim his bounce towards a independent model and take him out. I would think yes since the cannon rules specifically state that they ignore all normal rules for targeting. Just point and blast.
I think it's kind of cheasy since lone mages, banshees, character(especially 2 wounded wizards, doomseekers, etc... are all very vulnerable to such spells.
Either way you do the math, it all adds up to you goin' down
It says "This spell can be cast on ANY enemy unit on the tabletop" so yes for short.Originally Posted by Dargrimm Firebeard
Yes it can be aimed at independent model, but if that independent model is in a group of 5 more rank and file they benifit from the rules "look out, sir!" but otherwise if the character is by himself, the model doesn't get the "look out, sir" rule so its easy killing.
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The lore of heavens has updates and clarification printed in the 2004 warhammer annual. You may want to get a hold of a copy as some of the spells have changed a little.
Yeah, Knape is right. For instance, the spells with any unit within 12" is limited to those within 12" and not in combat. That's something not clarified in the army book. If I remember correctly, the US GW site has the Q&A available for download so you wouldn't have to purchase an annual.