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When I posted my army list on that forum, some guy said "no, you can't have rhinos for your gray knights"
And I thought: How stupid isn't that?
Reading the codex, Inquisitors Lords and retinues as well as Inq Stormtroopers have a small box saying they can take transports, while a few other (assassins, daemonhosts etc) specificaly says they can't take transports. So what about the rest like 75% of my army? Shouldn't they be able to take transports (id they can fit in them, of course).
Seems stupid but no one has told that guy he is wrong, so I have to ask just to be sure.
I'm not the no.1 person to ask, but i'm pretty sure that grey knights can't use rhino's i heard someone say it was because GW wanted grey knights to be a little different from your average space marines.
They can just deep strike in if you take the squad as a fast attack choice so its not all bad.
Inquisitors can take a rhino if their retinue is 10 models or less, a chimera if its 12 models or less or a land raider
GK terminators can take a land raider/crusader
IST's can take a rhino or a chimera.
and also, you cant put any troops in a transport that wasn't purchased specifically for that unit.
hope that goes someway towards helpin
Grey Knights (PA or Termie) cannot take Rhinos or Chimeras. Only Land Raiders.
Inq/retinue and IST squads can take Rhinos, Chimeras, AND Land Raiders, as long as they aren't over each vehicles size limit.
Grey Knight's don't ride into battle so much as appear in front of the Daemon.
Well, that sux bigtime... I soo desperatley wanted to throw them in a rhino. Deepstriking isn't as reliable, imho.
Think I'll buy some IST's to throw in one rhino and inq.Lord in the other. Having two transports with teleport homer feels alot safer then just one, and gives you a choice where to deepstrike.
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