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Do demons take psyhic tests? Do they take perils of the warp damage? Should they?
I figure yes for both, but it seems weird that they would make them. It is probably a game balancing issue.
Should demons have to take psy test? I think maybe, but they shouldn't suffer perils if they fail.
Then again I don't have the codex and all this might be answered when I receive it in a week. Just curious to what others think.
daemons dont have any psychic powers so dont need to take psychic tests - all psychic equivalents are resolved like shooting attacks or permanent special rules.
I can't say I've seen it all but I live for the things that keep me hollow.
which is only fair, as only 1 of our 5 standards and 4 elites and none of our 4 assault units is able to shoot
wow so wind of chaos just rolls to hit now instead of psy test then roll to hit.
i assumed that the chaos psy powers would be mostly the same (plu or minus a few ) as
the chaos codex. you know pys check to work, then roll to hit, wound or what have you.
the whole concept for perils f the warp is a deamon trying to force its way into a mortals body or trying to eat the tasty soul through the small window opend as he uses the power of the warp, seeing as deamons wouldent posses a deamons body (as in no only would they not want to but they couoldent anyway) but there is no soul to eat!!
PROUD TO BE IN THE BRITISH ARMY.
~~ Surrender and serve me in life, or die and slave for me in death~~
It's actually answered at the top of pg 73, just in case anyone in the future needs to look.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone