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I've only play a with hunters army once, and i dont think the other person ever mentioned anything about faith points, but i have heard their name and know they have something to do with witch hunters. So of course I was wondering what exactly are faith points? Any help would be really appreciated.
Certain Faithful characters contribute 1 point of Faith to a pool managed by the Sisters of Battle player. Once used these points cannot be renewed.
You use 1 point of Faith in order to attempt an Act of Faith. These acts are detailed in the WH Codex. In general they make nifty things happen for the unit affected, such as making their save Invulnerable for a time.
Anyone wishing to play the Sisters well (only Adeptus Sororitas units may generate of use Faith) must learn to manage Faith. It is their most potent ability.
Last edited by Montford981; November 30th, 2006 at 01:28. Reason: spelling
"The sword that takes life gives life."
especially when it makes all 6's rolled an ap 1 shot, hehehe, bye bye terminators :shifty:
but only certain units give your army faith points, so the are often few in number and need to be spared:yes:
Nothing annoys the enemy quite like the Witch Hunters faith points Especially when you have an army like mine with about 11 faith points.