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Hey there, a buddy of mine plays a TK army, and we are both very new to the whole process. I was wondering if my lizards could poison his undead or not. I saw in the rulebook where it mentions poison not working on unliving targets (but it mentions things like warmachines, not skeletons), and I've since read a few reports here and there where people mentioned poisoning zombies. So, hrm, which is it? I would think it doesn't work, I mean, why would poison effect a pile of mobile bones, but if it doesn't work that seriously hampers my strategy against his army.
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No unfortunately poison does not affect his zombies and skellies. It must have been a mistake in the Battle Reports :yes:.
"Well... that hurt" - Vampire Jon Skellan (Mannfred's right hand man) after being beaten up, falling down an underground waterfall and being impaled by a stalactite.
Woah, i'm afraid it does pal Was errata'd after the 6th ed rulebook came out.Originally Posted by Hex
As far as i'm aware this hasn't been changed in 7th ed either
So we have one for, and one against Maybe a third party could break the vote? Actually, if you know where in the errata this is mentioned, I could really use the info. I searched the 6th ed. errata last night and found nothing. Might just be missing it. Even checked the lizard/skaven/dark elf errata as well (being the primary users of poison). Do you happen to know exactly where I could find it? I'd appreciate it
If in doubt ,use logic. Could a pile of animated bones, with no bodily functions, be poioned. I think not. You can't poision bones. You need acid for that.
Thanks Strewart, curse those who doubt the Maestro!:tongue: