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Directrix,i understand this is online,and you wont talk like you would in your college mid-term paper,but plz,atleast make an ATTEMPT to be legible. I have been told banshees cannot effect any unit immune to phycology. I dont understand this really as the leadership is used as a modify and not a test,but thats what they say. Considering the casket uses the same method of inflicting damage,i would guess it would not either. Not to mention,from a pure fluff-wise standpoint,the casket works because the trapped souls are trying to escape,and pull any living soldiers soul back with them into the casket as they are sucked it. Undead dont have souls,so no casket.
ps:the second part of the argument is merely for fun games,and i douht in a tournament you would be able to use it. The first part seems good though.
Directrix, do try to use language a bit better, i understood what it meant. It was not that bad Admir.
If the book says it affects units immune to psychology then it will if it says it doesn't then it doesn't affect undead.
The book specifically says for units with no souls and/or unliving units, the souls passing through them causes the magic that holds them together to dissipate. So yes, it does work on undead.
Remember - its not a LEADERSHIP test. You are rolling the dice and subtracting their leadership value to detirmine wounds. Therefore :
1) It works on Undead
2) It works on people immune to Psychology
3) You cannot use a Champion's Leadership value / General's Leadership Value.
This isn't a LD test.