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A friend and I were discussing whether Tehenhauin, the Prophet of Sotek, was vulnerable to Killing Blow.
My argument was that he is still a man-sized creature, and therefore he is. Just because he's on a 40x40 mm base doesn't mean he's immune. Same thing goes for characters riding dragons, just because they're on large bases doesn't mean they're suddenly immune to a sword in the face. The Tide of Serpents does give him a 'Look Out Sir!' roll, but I don't see how this would affect attacks in hand to hand directed at the Prophet. My friend argued the point that he's on a larger base, and has the Tide of Serpents to look out for him. I'm not convinced that the serpents can do anything to save against Killing Blow, and the large base size means nothing.
What's your take on this?
Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, even if it's wrong.
Look Out Sir is only in effect vs shooting not combat, so that rule with the swarms counts for ****. As for KB, yes it does work for him. The base size doesn't matter unless otherwise stated, he is mansized and thus can be KBed. Doesn't really make much sense otherwise if a snake can stop him from loosing his head.