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I have a question for those on this forum that have had an opportunity to look over the 5th edition rules. Now that wounds are distributed per model is there any advantage to having squads of models with multiple wounds?
What I am trying to get at is that if wounds now get distributed on a model for model basis, we no longer have to remove an Ogryn model for every three unsaved wounds. The battle damage will randomly get distributed across the whole squad. Is there a hidden advantage for Ogryn squads longevity in this, or do the rules for 5th edition address this little upgrade?
If this is indeed the case, squads bearing lots of wounds on limited numbers of bases gain a substantial benefit in toughness. Not only that but as far as kill points go the humble Ogryn squad becomes a difficult unit to score against barring any strength eight wounds against them.
Just a little food for thought.
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This makes the multiple wound sqauds tougher.
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False... Fifth edition still required you to remove whole models if you can....we no longer have to remove an Ogryn model for every three unsaved wounds.
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