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Ok i play lizardmen and am soon to be playing them then someone came out with "undead are immune to poison" which means my skinks and jungle swarms are pretty much pointless. Also do zombies alwasy strike last ?
so a are undead immune to poison
and do zombies "and any summoned units strike last in combat.
zombies are brain dead and NEVER strike first.
Eh, no. Undead are not immune to poison. And zombies strike as normal - the "always strike last" rule was from the previous edition of the army book.
The arguement that undead are immune to poison comes from a line in the rule book saying things that 'aren't living' are immune to poison. It refers to things like chariots and war machines. Pretty sure if you wanted to trawl through the DireWolf FAQ's to find proof there was one a fair while ago that said undead are not immune to poison, it would simply be too powerful if they were.