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hey guys, i just have a quick question about ba furioso dreadnaught. i put him blood talons and i read that a drednaught close combat weapon doubles his strenght to a maximum of 10. for blood fist it says its a dread close combat weapon but for blood talons it doesnt specificaly say so. but while you think of it it is a close combat weapon since used in close combat and is a dread weapon too. i just need a clarafication since im not sure about this. and also it says it follows the same rules as a thunder claw...so re roles wounds. does that mean he can re role to wound every time he gains aditional attacks from blood talons ability.
please be patient with my wordy questions..... im a noob
if you put blood talons on your dread he would have his base strength of 6. it can be modified to 7 in the first round of combat if he charges and has furious charge. you are correct about it working like lightening claws and the re-rolls work with the special bonus attacks as well.
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yup as above. a dreadnaught close combat weapon(dccw) is a special type of ccw available to many walkers but not all. blood talons work like a pair of lightening claws so indeed reroll to wound but use the dreads strength, so 6or 7 with furious charge. just rember that if you loose one arm then you no longer get the extra attacks granted by the special rule, so most damage is devistating to our furisos thus armed. also never charge them into another dread as you wont actually be able to hurt it in all likelyhood...
thanks, just a clarification, with the bonus attckes after u would them, example u put 3 wounds on a unit then it says u gain 3 more attacks, do i have to role to hit and to wound or just to wound.
You must roll to hit again. They're fresh attacks, not hits.
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