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Ok so I have a few questions on blood frenzy. I have read and reread the rules many times and it makes sence, just doenst have any logic behind it. Wasnt sure if thats how the rule really works, or if its a classis GW wording blunder.
I get how they enter blood frenzy, But how long do it last. Does it last till the end of my turn, or does it last till my next re roll of it. If I enter frenzy on my turn, do I get the bonus attack during my opponents assault faze?
Next questions are abot movement. Do I only get the frenzy move? or is the frenzy move in addition to my basic 6" move? And the next thing about the move. It says towards nearest opponant. Does that mean in LoS?
Thanks in advance!
Blood Frenzy is technicaly just a fancy way of saying "What you get from taking the mark of Khorne".
That being said, the "strong frenzy" movement is twoards the model that is the closest to you on the table. It is my understanding that all other factors are ignored but I could be wrong.
There once was a Lord named Vlad,
Who's fighting skillz really were mad.
He killed and he maimed,
He spilled blood in Khorne's name.
And the fact that he's legal makes me glad
(special thanks to Uriel Zarium for the last line/touching it up)
Blood Frenzy is permanent. So long as you have the Mark of Khorne, you gain all the benefits and drawbacks of the Blood Frenzy. And to this date, there is nothing that can take away a Mark from a model.Originally Posted by ^jynx^That's covered by the Codex. It's a normal move + the frenzy roll, which replaces the normal move for the turn.Originally Posted by ^jynx^This one has been debated in the past. If you think it'll be an issue, talk to your opponent about it. I peronsally play it as "If they can move around whatever is blocking the LoS, then they go after that unit." But that's a relaxed view point, and many people state that the Codex makes no mention of LoS, so it's not a factor in the move.Originally Posted by ^jynx^