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SO I played against a friend yesterday who complained that I couldn't fire phelgm and my harvestor in the same turn. It was to my understanding that walkers can fire 2 weapons a turn ex. look at a dreadnaught he can fire both his Ass. cannon and his SB/flamer.
At the same time, I know tanks can fire ordnace and that's it! Does one rule trump the other or what? I'm confused .
Well the guy at my local GW taught me that I can fire both in the same turn so must be OK
They are both assault weapons so how does ordnance come into this one?
But yes you may fire the mawcannon, or the Harvester, or both during one turn of shooting. Just need to follow the rules for how many weapons you can fire after moving the distance that you did.
Walkers are walkers, they can always fire all of their weapons regardless of the speed they go
Walkers can move and fire as a stationary vehicle.
I donít think you can fire phlegm and say vomit at the same time because itís the same weapon.
It's a common mistake that took me almost two months to correct with everyone at my gaming store - largely because everyone considers SG's to be Defiler upgrades; and as the Defiler Battlecannon is actually an Ordinance weapon, they assumed the Phlegm was the same.