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    How Rune of Fate works?

    Hello just wanted to know how the Rune of Fate works do you get the 2+ ward until you loss the first wound(or fail it once) or do you get to take that ward save only once and then the 2+ ward is gone?


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    in the army book explanation it says " first suffered and not saved by armor", yes it is gone when used. However it does not work for the effects that removes the model from the game. Works for killing blows suffered but i am not sure.

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    Checked sometihng and here is new info.
    If the opponent's attacks have killing blow or such ability. It will be correct to tell him to make his attacks one by one. The rune protects for only first wound. Therefore.
    If opponent attacks and there are 2 wounds after armor saves and one of them is killing blow, the order of the attack becomes important. If killing blow is first attack, then you are able to save it with 2+ armor save, if normal attack is first wound save goodbye to your hero/lord, unless you do not have other things to prevent the death.

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