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If a vampire armed with the blood drinker slays enemy models in close combat, after his side has lost casualties previously in the same combat phase. Do the models recovered appear immediately and can attack as normal or appear after combat resolution? and do the wounds caused by the opponent still count. I.e a unit of grave guard with a vampire lord armed with the blood drinker are fighting a unit of high elf spearmen. The spearmen strike first and kill four grave guard. The vampire then strikes and kills three spearmen. So Do three grave guard stand up again now and attack, or after the other grave guard have attacked and the combat is resolved?
Blood Drinker works like ION and by that standard yes three GG would stand up again and fight in that turn. Keep in mind that any charge bonuses are lost if they are raised again. Knights charging in, two get killed, you raise them back and those two will not get the +2 str bonus that turn of combat.
Do the wounds caused count towards combat res? ie you kill three GG but they stand back up do you still get the three wounds for cobat res?
yep, they still killed 3 models so they get the combat resolution. Also in the previous example, they would only get to attack if they were raised back before their turn to attack i.e. a vampire lord with the accursed armour in a unit of blood knights would be striking at the same time as the blood knights are making their attacks (I think), so any raised back models wouldn't get to attack that round. That is the only example I can conceive though so I would ignore it pretty much