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Just wondering if someone in the community can clarify a couple of things for me.
First, the Banewolf (Hellhound variant) has a range given as "Template." Does this mean stick the end of the flamer template directly at the end of the barrel, or does it get the regular hellhound's 12" range + template?
Second, I noticed that the AP is given as 3, yet the note about the chem cannon says hits will always wound on 2+. Does this ignore armor? It seems incredibly OP (and awesome) if this is the case.
So kills anything outright with an armour save of > 2.
It fires with the template straight from the barrel as per template rules. It does not fire the same way as the Hellhound because it lacks the asterisk next to the "Template" for range. It also does not mention any special way of template placement for the Banewolf, unlike for the Hellhound.
As for the second question, I'm not sure what there is to be confused about. It will always wound on a 2+, and ignores armor up to 3+ due to the AP of 3. This seems great at first, however you need to be up close and in the opponents face to use this.
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well at lest its a fast tank xD
Also worthy of note, is that the chemical cannon is listed at str 1 making it a defensive weapon. This means you can move 12" and fire the chem cannon and the hull mounted heavy flamer.
Good spot Pedro, hadn't thought of that!
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Since the Bane Wolf is already limited to being in-your-face to drop a chem-cannon template, you can continue to use the Heavy Bolter or Multimelta for more shots while moving at cruising speed. It would seem more worthwhile to allow the tank a bit of function as it spends 2-3 turns getting into position to fire, rather than dropping a second a second template.
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