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as of now, im trying to make a fluff army list.A large part of making the fluff work is mastercrafting everything possible on my squad leaders, including my gm. I replaced his SB with a power weapon, and i wan't to mastercraft that too. I am just wondering if it's legal to get that extra re-roll in CC, for mastercrafting a second wepon.
You mean, if you have two different CC weapons, and both are mastercrafted, do you get two rerolls per turn in melee? Nope. All of your attacks in melee are made with only one weapon, so only the effects of that one weapon are applied. So if your GM has a MC'd Nemesis Force Weapon and a MC'd Power Weapon, he would have the choice of making ALL of his attacks with the NFW and gaining only the one reroll from it being MC'd, or ALL of his attacks with the Power Weapon and gaining only the one reroll from it being MC'd.
Just so you know its a waste of points to give him a power weapon, as his NFW is already one, give him some other form of one handed weapon for the +1 attack.
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Sabe, a power weapon is the cheapest one-handed melee weapon that you can give to a model in terminator armor.
As cool as the idea is, you can't take a single item of wargear twice, so I don't think you can have two master-crafted items on the same model. Some special characters do, but that's it, I think.
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