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Do honor guard count as a body guard for anyone.
With the drop pod is it true that it will stop before it lands on terrain or the enemy therefore preventing it from being destroyed.
Can you take 3 Hqs if you use demon hunter allies.
Can you take more than one venerable or deathcompany dread.
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Although I'm no expert on Blood Angels (and cant be bothered to look up the free codex), it should be noted that it is only impassible terrain (as jaffar_hasad said) that stops a drop pod or causes problems for any other deep striking unit.
Normal terrain, as in difficult/dangerous terrain, does NOT hinder deepstriking units. Well, dangerous might, but for other reasons.
Just in case you were wondering, overlordmrt, as you simply mentioned 'terrain' with no distinction.
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Honor Guard act as a separate unit which is deployed during the HQ phase of deployment, they do not have to be attached to the character they were purchased with.
Any allies which are taken must still fall within the limits of the force organization chart.
As for the dreadnought question, I can understand the confusion…As far as I can tell, there is no mention anywhere in the Blood Angel PDF about being subject to the rules of Codex: Space Marines or any other army codex, therefore if it dose not place a limit on the number of Venerable Dreadnoughts or Death Company Dreadnoughts in the PDF then you are not limited to 0-1 as other chapters are. The nice thing about the PDF is that it is a text PDF so you can use the find function to search for all instances of the word Venerable to see if they snuck it in somewhere that you didn’t think to look (which seems to happen a lot, especially with the newer Codices which list the costs & descriptions of units in different areas. Anyway…I know I didn’t answer this question directly but I hope I gave you the information to figure it out.
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1) The Honor Guard is an independent unit. It is not attached to the IC your purchased, but of course you may attach the IC to the unit as per normal ICs rules for joining and leaving units.
2) The Drop Pod stops 1" short of impassible terrain and enemy troops when it scatters.
3) No, even if you include allies in your army, you must still adhere to the normal FOC restrictions.
4) Yes, you may take up to three, in any combination.