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I versed a high elf team couple days ago and he had 2 squads of dragon princes. These units have the immune to fire attack speacial rule. I shot my SSC at the squad and we were not sure if my SSC would hurt them since they are immune.
Souldnt the SSC still hurt the units? The flamming only works on enemies who are flammable anyway. All that armor does for the high elf team is just makes them immune to like dragons useing their fire breath, flamming cannons, and i think steam guns if they count as a fire attack?
All help is much appreciated.
there was a previous thread about this http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...mune-fire.html (Magic/Flaming attacks VS Immune to Fire?) Basically, even though its counter-intuitive, the armor makes the wearer immune to SSC shots. (even though they are flying skulls/magical/heavy/hurt if they land on you) Since the skulls are flaming, it doesn't affect the wearer.
-.- god i fail at looking for threads. I dont even no how i missed that. >.<
Eh but thanks for the help that thread has taught me all that i need to no about flamming attacks.
Thanks for hte link also
No worries. To find that thread I actually looked down at the "Similar Threads" portion of the post. There is still plenty to master on LO. I havent figured out all the handy stuff either. But I am well versed in Boolian logic. (I just had to say Boolian)
:/ bummer there is more to read.
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By GWs (STUPID!!!) rulings, and thanks to their idiocity abnd imcompotence, Dragon Armour does indeed have the ability to absorb Cannonballs, Skulls, and other flaming ammo (Set a building on fire with the inside and watch it collapse on them... wonder how the puny elsevs would do then )
Anyway, when playing friendly games, ask your opponant if they fancy a dose of common sense and are happy to ignore the fact that the GW 7th ed rules team are a bit... special.