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ok i was reading the magic part of the Tomb Kings codex and it basically says my opponents cant use dispel scrolls or anything against my incantations.
its a quote from the book, so if its against the rules, sorry
"... the incantation is automatically cast like a bound spell... 2d6... 3d6... Note that these are not Power dice, and can neither be negated by enemy items nor stolen or anything similar..."
later on it mentions a spell being destroyed by an enemy magic item. not negated or dispelled but destroyed, so i assumed things likes spell eaters would still work.
When it says they cannot be stolen, it is referring to certain magic items that can take power dice from the opponent and add it to their own power/dispel dice pool.
Tomb King Incantations can most certainly be negated by dispel scrolls.
what about the "cant be negated or anything similar. i think dispelling is something similar
The sentence to which you are referring is quite clearly dealing with the dice used to determine the power level of the incantations.
You will also find that in the next paragraph of the army book it explains some circumstances regarding dispelling incantations which clearly proves that it can be done.
It means the rolls of the dice cannot be negated. It a bit of an unclear sweepping statement really. The best example i can think of is the Old Drain Magic, where a roll of a 6 would normally just not count, instead for TK it would count as a roll of a 0.
All spells can be stopped by Scrolls, (except if cast with IR, etc)
never noticed this before as i have always seen it acted as, the spell is cast but you roll for the level then to dispell if your opponent wants to they have to beat your roll or use a scroll but im not to sure about it as im in the middle of a college lesson now but im sure someone could check it or knows it better than i do