Welcome to Librarium Online!
Join our community of 80,000+ members and take part in the number one resource for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K discussion!
Registering gives you full access to take part in discussions, upload pictures, contact other members and search everything!
I've been battling my VC friend and just hate his Vampire with the Blood Drinker.
I have a question about it tho, it just seems too imba:
When his Vampire regains wounds, can these wounds restore models who are in a unit of which the Vampire is the last model alive in?
Let me put it different:
He charges my Black Guard, who luckily kills his entire unit of Blood Knights, except for the Vampire, who lets say is in a challenge and kill my Champion. Does the wound caused to kill my champion then revive his Kastellan and so on?
Lets say his Vampire kills 4 of my Black Guards, does this then ressurect his entire unit back to starting size?
It just seems to overpowered
Thanks in advance
No, he cannot use the blood drinker to restore a dead unit, if you manage to kill his entire unit off, then he has no way of restoring the unit at all. The only thing he can do is restore his own wounds now, or join a new unit and use it for that unit, I think your friend cheated you.
Aight, thanks a lot
He didnt do it on purpose, we both talked about it, and since we wasnt sure, we just went along with it - tho it seemed quite imba!
Now I'll have the upper hand, thanks
Once a unit is removed from the table, it is gone and cannot come back by healing. Same with characters. If he had one or two still alive in the unit he could heal the others back, but if all are gone that is it.
*Agrees with above posts*
But it seems strange that the Vampire did propose a Challenge while he got a Kastellan - it would have been different
It was just a homemade example, didnt think about that lets say it was the round after his unit was dead, and he had to accept the challenge issued by my Champion :p