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Well I was testing out my Orcs and gobbos with some allied ogres and my *Ultra Reliable* Wolfrider unit got wiped out in a spectacular fashion and caused my ogres to panic
But this got me thinking if Orcs ignore gobbo panic surely a huge ogre would?
um... Yes they should:
"Haha! Those little things runing away! HAHAHA!"
Sheit, why would an Ogre run because something that is 1/10 of him are runing. :wacko:
Look under the units description. Orcs ignore panicing goblins for instance. But DoW units do not, unless it is written.
Green is good
Same for trolls. In my O&G book it is NOT described that trolls ignore goblin panic...wich i think is very strange indeed. :hmm:
Think for yourself. Question authority.
While being stupid, they ignore panic and psychology
Exactly. They even ignore Gnoblar panic so...."Haha! Those little things runing away! HAHAHA!"
Sheit, why would an Ogre run because something that is 1/10 of him are runing.
The way GW tend to rule on things is that if it says a unit does not panic under certain circumstances then it doesn't. If it doesn't specifically say that then they are liable to the normal rules for panic, as daft as it may sound.
Helper monkey, bring me beer and donuts
This is, however, a place where a house rule would seem applicable. It makes sense that the Ogres would not at all be scared of gobbos running away, so - with your opponents agreement - play it that way.
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its stupid but thats the way the rules state so you have to play it that way
In a very squeaky voice whilst wearing a pointy hat