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When you give a librarian a familar does he become a i.c?? Or can he still have his command squad? Thanks
Familiar counts as wargear; he still keeps the options he had without a familiar...
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Speaking of the little buggers, how can we make one from spare bits?
Post your army lists in the ARMY LIST section! Not that hard!
If anything I would buy some Daemon Hunters Inquistoria Minnion Things...(not real name)
Yah like ones a floating skull and otherers are creepy flying cupids...
Also this address might give you some ideas...
(sorry i dont know how to turn it into a link.)
I just ordered one for GW. It was the servo skulls:
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Does the familiar count towards the numbers of units that can be within a drop pod or does he count as wargear for the librarian and thus doesnt take up space? My friend says he counts as a unit thus he counts as one of the 10 space marines that can be within a drop pod. Any ideas?
Page 23 of the SMC under the heading Familiar, in the second paragraph says "Familiars do not take up any space in a transport vehicle..."Originally Posted by Brother Cain
Once a Marine, always a Marine.
Guess they stick him in his pocket...
I personally think that a familar is one of the best pieeces of wargear. As in you can now strike before most d.p and kill him before he can strike...
Since this is already a familiars thread, i had a question with them. In a close combt against something like a Broodlord, can the familiar take any hits? Considering he is wargear, i was unsure if he would be able to take the first wound, then the librarian the rest. Or does the librarian take them all?
(sorry for hijacking the original thread but this question has been bothering me)
Thats ok but I would say yes as in the inq. acolyte. But im not 100% on the matter.