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Hi, quick question; I was playing a 2 on 2 game with friends using a tooled up Blood Dragon in a squad of Black Knights. My friend charged his Tomb Prince in, challenging my count. He did nothing to my count and I made a cruddy 2 wounds on him. After attacking the Prince, it still had one wound left but outnumbered him by 1 and it crumbled. Then the curse (shudder) came in, somehow failed the test and it dealt a shocking 6 wounds on my count because I don't get saves. I just wanted to know if that is correct, I was devistated and we lost the match because of that, I still had fun though.
As far as I know, when you kill a tomb king, the model or unit responsible must take a leadership test. If it is failed, the model/unit takes D6 wounds with no save. Thats for a king. I think a prince is different though, like only doing D3 wounds perhaps.
Also, if you beat him by outnumbering, I'd say the unit would take the wounds and not the vampire, since hes not directly responsible for killing the prince.
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Last edited by Alucard; April 26th, 2006 at 14:18.
Princes cause d6 as well as kings...
If it was from combat resolution, then every one of your units in the combat would have to take the test. If your vampire was part of the unit, he is safe and the unit takes the wounds, if he was on his own next to the unit then he would indeed be finished. If you failed the leadership test that is.. lol.
I've only failed the curse test twice, and both times i rolled a six!
Luckily my slann has eight wounds I think its interesting that you don't get wards against the curse, because you get wards against most other things
I'm not really sure what happens in a challenge, being fairly new, after the first round and noone dies do you test for combat resolution? and he was in a squad of black knights, but does that matter in a challenge?
In this case, it doesn't make a difference at all since neither your army nor his would flee both being undead... Challenges normally just continue onto the next round though, until one character is dead or one unit flees.
So you're saying that after the first round of a challenged combat and neither force wins, you wait till next turn, no combat resolution? Because if so then he wouldn't have crumbled and that would have changed everything!Originally Posted by strewart
To clarify one side might win the round and lose more troops. The challenge is taken as part of the over all combat for determining CR it isn't a seperate calculation
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