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Maybe this should be self explanatory, but I'm having a bit of trouble understanding exactly how these rules work.
Exorcists - Should be clear from the entry on page 26, roll a D6 after nominating a target and roll that many dice. Each 3+ is a hit.
Divine Guidance - Page 8. You can declare that you are using this faith power after rolling to hit with ranged or close combat attacks, but before rolling to wound. If you pass a faith test (equal or under your squad size on 2d6) then any roll of 6 to wound counts as AP1 or a power weapon when shooting/fighting respectively.
AP1 - See the vehicle damage chart on page 61 of the main rulebook. Only applies to ranged attacks.
Also note the wording on Divine Guidance:You do not roll to wound vehicles, so you don't get the AP1 where it actually matters (against non-vehicels there is no difference between ap1 and ap2).When shooting, any rolls which cause a wound on the roll of a 6 count as AP1.
40k: Silver Angels of Our Martyred Lady 7/2/3 - Daemons of the Great Squiggle! 3/1/0
Fantasy: Windhost of Athel'Loren 2/0/0 - Daemons of Another Great Squiggle! 0/0/0
Warmahordes: Legion of Everblight (Absylonia)
With DG, faith test AFTER you roll to hit is useful, if you balls your rolls to hit and out of 16 bolters get say... 5 (average is 10.67), you can decide whether or not you wish to use that precious faith point on the slim chance of single model taking AP1 over a possible 2 or 3.
A.T. has got the rest covered.
@ikbuh Oh, damn... I'd never noticed the "to wound" part. I played a game where I gunned a mate's Raider out of the sky with my girls (just 'cause my exorcists can't see you, doesn't mean you're safe buddy!) and that helped massively... Looks like I owe him a rematch.
If someone helps you, rep them.
In a votewar you don't vote on a single match, you vote on the entire round. Got that?
i never noticed the "after rolls to hit but before rolls to wound" on when to roll for the AoF. Wouldve been nice to have during a few games.
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