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I don't understand how you wound a target, it says that you have to compare the strength of the weapon to the units toughness... I just don't understand what that means. Can anyone elaborate?
Ruebook, page 38. Fairly self explanatory. Look at the attracking units strength, look at the defending units toughness, consult the chart on page 38 (Or in hte references in the back of the book), and that tells you what the attacker needs to roll to wound.
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This should be in the Rules Help Board, but no big deal B-Rad.
Sadly, we can't give you much more specific answers because we're bound by copyright laws not to post that sort of stuff. In general terms, the higher the weapon or model's Strength is over the defender's Toughness, the easier your dice roll will be to cause that wound. The easiest roll is always a 2+, which means a 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6. Sometimes, the Toughness of the defender will be so much higher than the attack's Strength that the attack will never be able to wound.
I hope that helps you out a bit. If you still have questions about specifics, the best thing to do is go to your local shop that hosts games and ask person there to show you how it works. It's a lot easier to learn this game through experience!
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Haha before you guys replied I found it in the rule book. I was like oh wow! I must look like such a nub haha, but thanks for your help anyway guys.
just a quick sidenote b-rad haha could mislead people that your teasing them lol is a safer bet.I made the same mistake and someone else took offence.