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I don't know if this has been discussed before (and don't feel like going through over 100 pages to find out), but my friend uses a Callidus Assassin and places it behind my tanks, claiming that the neural shredder counts as a strength 10 ap1 gun against them, while from hat I've read of the codex, it simply rolls a d3 on the glancing hits table(which would now be d3-2 in the new edition). can anyone tell me if this is right?
Thanks in advance.
The Neural sheder counts as strenth 8 ap 1. But is not a melta in anyway I don't have my codex on me but it is not strength 10.
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Are you sure? The text of the codex(below) seems to indicate that it just rolls the D3 without worrying about armour.
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Last edited by Canew; August 4th, 2008 at 16:51.
Umm fix pic? I'll look in my codex tommorow but to my knowledge it doesn't. But I'll have to look up I just started using one like literaly today haha.
Sorry, the text from the codex didn't come out properly. I'll just type it out below.
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Why would a weapon called a Neural Shredder damage battle tanks easier than an imperial guardsman?
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Last edited by Canew; August 4th, 2008 at 16:49.
Well theres the anwser to ur question....
I just wasn't sure, as my friend was using it as a strength 8 ap1 flamer.
Check out the WH FAQ. It clearly says Neural shredder rolls on the vehicle damage table at -4. There is no more glancing table
Regarding the question at hand, the codex entry tells you exactly how to deal with vehicles when using the Neural Shredder. Since you're not rolling for armor penetration, the AP1 shouldn't come into play, though 5th edition may have modified how AP1 is treated (haven't snagged the new rulebook yet).
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