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I know that in the 6th edition HE book you could use 2 bolt throwers as a single rare choice, but I cant seem to find the rule in the 7th edition HE book. or does it say it in the core rule book?
They are no longer 2 for 1 choice, in fact we don't have any 2 for 1's now, eagles and chariots used to be too. This is more than compensated for by the fact that we now get 4 rare choices in 2k battles rather than 2, as described in the HE army book.
Strewart I love your image. It looks like Korhil. Now back to the question.
I believe that he answered your question and sometimes it is nice being a fairly new player as I did not have to worry about forgetting something and learning something new.
See thats what I thought, just the employee at GW said otherwise.
Thanks for the replies though. : D
5000p. High Elves
I have a bolt thrower question too so I'll post it here instead of making a new thread...
Do warmachines have a 360 degree firing arc?
rules just says to align it where you want to shoot.
As the crew counts as skirmishers, yes, they have a 360 degrees arc of sight.
5000p. High Elves
Do RBTs really have a 360 degree los? If so, man have I been playing them wrong. I thought they were pretty effective using the normal rules for 90 degree arc of sight as their shooting field. Therefore you would wind up having some RBTs not being able to shoot every turn due to nothing in their front arc, but if this is the case then that is awesome!!
duplicate post sorry
Last edited by Babalu; May 8th, 2009 at 23:38. Reason: duplicate post
All warmachines get a free pivot in the shooting phase. So they don't really need 360 degree LOS, P85 BRB