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What does everyone think of the Hellhammer? Is it worth taking or would a Baneblade be better?
What concerns me more is the somewhat low range of most of its guns. While the tank excels in games with a lot of terrain, where range shouldn't be too much of an issue, I'm not so sure as to how effective it would be in games with a more average amount of cover.
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i went with a normal bane blade just because of the longer range and bigger marker and heavy bolters instead of heavy flamers
How exactly does a twin linked heavy flamer work? Since heavy flamers automatically hit without a roll there is no reason to re-roll the to hit roll. Are there any special rules for them, or is this purely a cosmetic thing that GW did to keep the model variants between the hellhammer and the baneblade minimal?
What do you call a lasgun with a laser sight?
I forget if it's mentioned in the BGB but I believe twin linked template weapons reroll missed wounds.
Edit: They do, page 31 of the BGB, also they allow you to reroll failed armor penetration as well.
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Rules for grenades are on page 72 of the rulebook.
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the only reason to take the hellhammer is if you do play alot of city fights where all those heavy flamers, and the no cover saves rules come into their own.
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