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Quite a simple question for you all, do the tests made for orders count as morale tests for the summary execution rules. Basically do commis execute after a failed order?
I feel it would be quite humorous -
Officer - Shoot that big thing now!!! FIRE FIRE FIRE!!!
Sgt - (to trooper) What did he say?
Trooper - I dunno...
Commissar - YOU DIDN'T LISTEN??? HERETIC!!!
Thanks, just thought does the stubborn count?
Stubborn allows them to ignore modifiers to their morale checks, orders are a leadership test.
Commissars execute fr failed morale tests, orders are leadership.
Banners help with morale not leadership...
The Emperor Protects
IG Best Gen 1st overall of 10 DE 4th overall of 6
Eldar 3rd Overall/Best General of 26--2nd Overall/Best General of 7--1st Overall/Best General of 11
Thanks, just me being lazy and not lookin it up I guess rep!
Good to see this question in an english forum. I always thought, we only have these kind of problems with the germen rules. Because in the german version we have only "moral checks" and "checks on moral" (Moraltests vs. Test auf den Moralwert). The terms are quite similar so you always have to look it up, because in critical situations you or your opponent want to know for sure.