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I've noticed many people on this forum tend to roll 2d6 and scatter that far for their barrage shots, using either mortars or basilisks. I think its time to set the record straight.
On page 31 of the main 40K rulebook, under the heading of firing barrages, it states that when out of line of sight, you roll two d6 and take the highest for your scatter.
This means a maximum of 6" scatter for your sweet blast templates!
As for deepstrike, on page 84 of the main 40K rulebook, it states that you scatter the full 2d6 worth, (with an incidental average of 7" scatter).
Keep these differences in mind when you are bringing terror to your enemies! That is, deepstrike does not equal barrage!
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Ive actually always done it that way, mostly because i never have anything to deepstrike with...Its good that your actually trying to post up these kind of things...I cant think of any off the top of my head, but i think that we should do something along this line...because i have heard some very "interesting" rule interpretations from some people so far....
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