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Is it correct that if you hate an enemy you are immune to psycology and panic against them? i seem to remember reading something like that in the rule book.
You get to reroll missed attacks in the first round of combat but you are not immune to psychology - you are mixing hatred up with frenzy a bit. The rules for hatred changed a bit from version 5 to 6 so that [could] be why you are a bit mixed up.
The rules for hatred can be found on page 84-85 of the main fantasy rulebook.
The gist of the rules there is, as stated above:
1. Reroll misses in the first round of combat with the hated enemy.
2. Always pursue the hated enemy if they flee.
Your confusion might also have arisen due to the statement that 'Like frenzy, no Psychology test is taken for Hatred'.
But this only refers to the fact that no test is taken to see if you hate your enemy.
You either hate them or not, there is no test. .
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