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Hello there sneaky little ratmen of LO!
I witnessed my first game including the new Skaven a couple of days ago, and was expecting a DoC army to turn them into dust. Well, that was before I saw the new uber spell from your new book.
The Grey seer got to cast it 4(!) times, and decimated 4 units of Bloodletters and Plague Bearers. Non of them turned into rats, but the spell left them with 1 or 2 models left, almost by itself ending the game to the favour of the ratmen.
Share your experiences, if you've had any!
5000p. High Elves
I thought only the vermin lord can take that spell....
Even if im mistaken, I'm positve you need 25 to cast which is pretty difficult even on 5 dice. He must have gotten pretty lucky.
--Famous last words of Asmodean
It is a 25+ spell but you only have to get an irresistible force for it to go off so not as hard as it seems.
BEN DIESEL FTW!!!
I'm very certain that double sixes with the absence of double ones casts the spell irrisistibly even if you did not meet the casting value.
Kind of like how double sixes on a dispel attempt will dispell any spell (that wasn't irrisistible to begin with) even if it does not reach the value the spell was cast at.
Yep, double 6s will always cast with IF.
I got it off twice in ==My== last game against VC. He miscats and let ==Me== pick a spell to auto-cast, but he scrolled it. The second one I got from 2 Tokens and decimated a unit of Skellies.
Thanquol is gross with The Dreaded Thirteenth, re-rolling 1's from his D6+1 Tokens is nasty.
Mahtobedis is absolutely right.
To cast the Thirteenth Spell, you could effectively roll two dice at it in the hopes of getting two sixes. If you did, the spell would be cast irresistibly.
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Quannum, funkin' out in every way. Since 1987.
He was packed with power stones and tokens, so getting it off wasn't really a problem.
5000p. High Elves
He can use his PD or a scroll to stop it. I checked it twice, it was depressing.