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ive just started an army of the big fat guys and ive got a few things i hope somebody here can help me with.
this one's a bit lengthy: If a unit of gnoblars are fighting an enemy unit, can i still fire at the enemy unit with a bangstick? (cos the bangstick can fire thru gnoblar units, but the rules say you cant fire into close combats)
can skrag use gut magic? it says he's a slaughtermaster but doesnt actually say he can use gut magic in his rules
siegebreaker or tenderiser? i cant pick!
well as for the shooting question i dont think so as i do belive it says in the rule book taht u cannot fire missle wepons at enemy units in combat
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Skrag is a slaughter master. All slaughtermasters use Gut magic. Its in the rules for gut magic itself.
As for the Gnoblars you cant shoot it into close combat.
As for the Tenderizor vs Seigebreaker He cant use either. he is a special character which means you take him exactly as printed. no more no less.
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thanks for clearing skrag up
i meant for a tyrant for the smacky stuff
One thing to know about Skrag, and hope your foes don't know...
Skrag can be picked out of a unit for targeting purposes. Read the rules about unit size and targeting. It's a pain in the arse, but it's true. Cannons, bolt throwers, magic missiles, you name it. If they can see him, they can target him, even if he's in a unit.
If you know what army you are playing against then it is easier to decide between seigebreaker and tenderizer. If you are going against dwarves or other low Init. armies then seigebreaker isnt too bad. The extra strength with the seigebreaker doesnt really make it any better than the tenderizer as strength 7 is already huge and wounds most on 2s. It also depends on whether you think you are going to go up against characters a lot as the tenderizer causing the d3 wounds is terrific for overkill CR. I personally use the tenderizer and woundnt take anything else. I dont know how many times I sneak one attack through against a lord or hero and roll a 3 for how many wounds it does and kill him. Also, the seigebreaker using the opponents Init. isnt that great in the fact that if you are up against a character he is going to have a high enough inititive that it doesnt matter. Or if you are up against a non-character, their weapon skill is going to be low enough that it doenst make any difference whether you use their Init. or not.
I take the tenderiser on my tyrants no matter what, because I like to take the siegebreaker on a butcher. A caster with strength 7 attacks is no laughing matter.
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Can a BSB take a lookout gnoblar? And if so, can a regular standard bearer in the same unit take a lookout gnoblar that could be used on a different character, other than the BSB, in the same unit?
that's a thing, does the standard bearer benefit from the lookout gnoblar if hes on his own?