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a quickie question: i have both the rulebooks - but it seems as the -i can have as many lores as a i want and then roll for spell- 6th edition rule under "5th generation slann" has been changed in the seventh edition. Am i correct? I get my doubt when i see the discipline "focus of mystery", there it seems like instead of the normal slann way of choosing lores, he gets to do what the focus states.Have i missed it or has the rule for choosing spells for slanns changed since 6th ed. to 7th? (sorry i have not looked for similar threads, because this panics me abit as this will change my army setup)
A Slann is a level 4 wizard and can only have 1 lore ( and he rolls 4 spells from that lore, just like other wizards do. )
With the discipline focus of mystery he can choose a lore and have all the spells, no need to roll.
However there is no way a Slann can have multiple lores, just the one you pick.
I'd suggest taking 'The focused Rumination' , it turns your Slann into a powerhouse, who could effectively roll 8 dice in each magic phase if you took only 1 dice per spell.
It would be best to ignore everything that in the 6thedition as it is the obsolete version, and the seventh is the new updated one. you are right, they did get to choose between defferent lores, but that has been removed, along with the generations, the only options they have now are the diciplines, and besides them, they act exactly like other lvl 4 wizards.
Last edited by CultofNurgle; March 17th, 2010 at 21:40.
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Damn xD - i loved the 6th edition just for that. Seen people slamming metal with fire to spell doom over anything in the field. Got to readjust. but well, atleast engine of the gods + skink + slann churns out power unlike anything else. -Thanks everyone for your reply btw!