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Hi everyone. I dont play imp gaurd or anything, but i did play against them once and the person i was playin said that th bayonets on the end of your guys' lasguns counted them as having a close combat weapon and gives them and extra attack. Is this legal?
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I dont play guard either, but I'm pretty sure they don't. I'm not really sure.
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No they do not, bayonets are nothing but a fancy accessory.
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No, bayonets serve no purpose besides decorative.
If they took the warrior weapon doctrine, perhaps, but I'm not read up on how the doctrines work.
They're basically there to explain how/why the Guardsmen can fight in close combat. I glue choppas on the end of my shootas for much the same reason.
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Your friend is hoodwinking you. Don't play with people who **** with the rules.
A unit only has as many attacks as is described in their profile and another if they have an extra combat weapon noted in the profile. If it just says 'lasgun' than they only get the one.
hehe yeah you've been had
i'd like to give your friend the benifit of the doubt, but i don't even know *how* one would come to the conclusion! and besides, even if it *did* count as a CCW, they still wouldn't get an extra attack unless they had True Grit (and even that only works w/ bolters!). lol.
You know it would be good if they did something(+1 I or A) cos i think it would fit in well with the style of the Imperial Guard.
No, he's wrong now go do the right thing and bludgeon him with his own skull. Doesn't seem physically possible? Just ask Timmy...
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In the good old days (Rogue Trader), weapons worked differently, each CCW had its own effect, even if you only had a CCW, then you attacked at your normal stats, if you didnt have a CCW and had to improvise (hit people over the head with your rifle) you got some negative modifiers (something like -1 to str). Bayonettes turned rifles into CCWs. (hence bayonnettes for guard were usefull)
Nowerdays, the additional +1A for second CCW only applies if you have a spare hand to use it with. A lasgun is a 2 handed weapon (regardless of if you are shooting it or hitting someone over the head with it - the rules make no distinction). sticking a bayonette on it doe not change this, and since the bayonnette is combined with the weapon it remains a single, 2 handed weapon, it just has a point on th end. it is not 2 distict weapons. You could use the baonette without putting it on the gun, but then you can not use the gun (since you already have the bayonette in one hand and th gun is a 2 handed weapon). So however you slice it, bayonettes no longer have a tangible effect on the game but are now simply ethetic.
Before your "Friend" tries it, you can not equip a model with a 2 handed weapon (las gun) and 2 1handed weapons (2 bayonettes)
He pays no points for the bayonette, dont let him dupe you with it