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i have 2 very quick questions.
1. can you cast non-magic missle spells while your wizard is in hand to hand?
2. can you use a dispell scroll after a failed attempt to dispell with dice?
the group i play with keep having arguments over how these rules are to be played because it is not clear in the rule book or in the updates.
Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most.
You can cast spells from combat if:
They don't affect that combat
Their description says they can be cast into combat.
Using a dispel scroll counts as a dispel attempt - you may use one *or* use dice. Not both.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
The first question was clarified in the Direwolf FAQ (see the Sticky post at the top of this sub-forum), but here's what it said about wizards casting spells while engaged in combat;
"There is no general rule preventing a Wizard from casting spells while he or his unit is in close combat, but specific spells may not be castable in this situation. Spells specifically defined as "Magic Missiles", for instance, cannot be cast while the Wizard or his unit is engaged in close combat, and some other spells explicitly cover this situation in their description. Further, a spell cannot be cast at a unit in close combat unless its description explicitly allows it to do so and many spells require line of sight. These factors, taken together, generally restrict the available targets for the Wizard's spells.
Note however, that nowhere in the rules does it state that the act of being engaged in close combat blocks line of sight.....only models and terrain block line of sight. This means that in instances where a Wizard's line of sight is not entirely blocked by other models, the Wizard may still be able to draw line of sight to potential targets. This also means that Wizards who are riding on Large Targets or whom are Large Targets by nature may still be able to draw line of sight to potential targets, even if their frontage is fully occupied by enemy models (who are not also Large Targets)."