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I had a small battle with my friend who plays Vc, and i landed a shot on his general. WE had a little arguement about wether the undead troops get a "Look out, sir!" rule :confused: . I personally don't think that he would get one, because his troops are dead, and don't have a mind of their own ,and wouldn't possibly give themselves up for their general...but i'm not sure, so can anyone tell me if they get the "Look out sir!"?
Nothing in the rules says that they don't, so they do.
Since the undead hordes are controlled by the general, think of it more he shoves them in the way or just through his necromancy commands them to jump in front of him. Might not make a whole lot of sense, but it's what happens.
Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, even if it's wrong.
:o Oh so they do get the save... well they should of have a little note in the VC rule book that says they get a " get your arse in front of me, and block it!" rule. :lol:
I think it would be more than a little unfair to the Undead (of both varieties) if they didn't get the "Look Out Sir!" rule, especially since if the General dies you're screwed!
"Peace, through superior firepower."
I play VC and I take a 'look out' roll whenever the situation calls for it. Every army gets one unless the rules state otherwise, and I can't think of any time that the rules don't apply to anyone. It's standard. Undead have enough trouble with their general. Taking away that roll would be too much.
Don't think about logic, think about specifically what the rules say. It doesn't say they don't get it, so they do.
If you use logic, skeletons should be immune to poison and arrows would likely do nothing to them..
yeah, since when did games workshop ever write rules using logic anyway :lol: :lol: :lol: