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Plain and simply, can an Eversor mastercraft his weapon?
who makes the decision for that though?
The Inquisitor or the Assassin's organisation?
Anyway I haven;t read anything to indicate otherwise.
Whoso would be a man must be a non conformist
People should be taught what is, not what should be.
Na-ah. He can't, as he doesn't take his weapons from the armoury, and cannot upgrade. So you're just stuck with him as he is (which is not that bad...)
Lord Yossanrion is right: Only models that have access to the armoury can mastercraft a weapon, since that is PART of the armoury. Assassins do not have access to the armoury.
The boys are correct, Assassins come as are, that is the bottom line.
Indeed, they're not really characters.. they're just faceless killers raised by their temples. So no unique equipment for them.
Why would you want to? He's good enough as he is.
Originally Posted by JuliusGaiusCaesar
You need to specify whether you're referring to fluff or table top. On the table top as stated before the assassin comes as is. Fluffwise, it's quite possible if he/she is a famous figure. I'm sure someone like the Grandmaster of the Officio Assassinorium has some master crafted weapons at his disposal.
maybe fluffwise all assassin's weapons are already mastercrafted, and this is factored into their WS.
Thanks for the info guys. I guess my friend will want a rematch(ughh). I rolled for my eversors attacks, (total of 9). And then missed every single one. But, i had thought that i could mastercraft so i rerolled and made every single hit. Only killed one death company though (stupid ignore wounds...)