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Does anyone have any suggestions as to how the Pendant of Khaeleth affects wounds taken that don't have a strength value?
In this specific example, a Skavan gray seer casts Plague, which forces my Dreadlord to pass a toughness test or suffer a wound.
Since it doesn't have a strength value, the Pendant would do nothing against it *waits to be proved wrong*
i would agree with archon. thats the only way i can see it working, unless there's an errata already out haha.
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sounds like you take a wound if you roll 4+, where's the question/misunderstanding?
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to pass a toughness test you have to roll equal to or under your toughness. Most Elves are T3. So if he rolls a 4+, he takes a wound.
Pendant won't help.
Hmm, perhaps it's a little vague. Usually things of this ilk have no effect against special forms of attack (cf. Hand of Khaine versus, for e.g., a Giant) so I'd agree with the others, if only because the Pendant's wording doesn't allow for any other resolution.
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