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You may remember me (probably not), I was posting quite awhile ago. Still I have another question.
-What does it mean when you are using the Dragon Armour, what does it mean by if he fails his 6+ armour save, he may make a 4+ ward save?
I'm reading that as a two part question:
- Dragon armour counts as heavy armour and immune to fire effects.
- The second statement means that if you fail your 6+ armour save (eg. you don't roll a 6) you can attempt a second 4+ 'Ward' save which will save a wound on a roll of 4-6.
Hope that this helps.
The iron crowned is getting closer,
Swings his hammer down on him,
Like a thunderstorm he's crushing,
Down the Noldor's proudest king.
Under my foot, so hopeless it seems.
You've troubled my day, now feel the pain.
- Blind Guardian
I think you getting confused between Dragon Armour and the Armour of Protection.
The later is a magical armour that allows a 4+ ward save, but also gives a 6+ armour save.
Dragon armour is explained by Grimbog above
Hope this helps
Originally Posted by ApprenticeMage
Also, a ward save cannot be modified by anything. A 4+ ward save is always saved by a 4 or better, NOTHING not even Khornes personal axe could effect the rolls, pretty awesome eh?
Thank you, and yeah I was getting confused ^_^ .