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So iv'e been thinking hard about some tactics lately to beat my friend dark elf army with, iv'e been annihilated twice now, i came across a combination i couldn't quite get my head around.
So i have a treeman ancient in my free 6" wood,, now heres the question with muster of malevolents, It sais in the army book that it is a single unit with unit strength one, say the treeman is 2.5" in the wood so it cant be seen, can the muster be placed 1.9" or less in the woods so it can be seen and be able to fire? how close does the muster (single model) have to be to the treeman...
I quote from the book now, it sais "The model counts as being a single unit, strength one model on foot for line of sight"
If yes this does work then can a muster of malovolents be charged? lol
Last edited by Iv Blaze vI; September 26th, 2008 at 02:23.
I don't know about the RAW interpretation but my take on it is always, if something is shooting/magicing out of a forest then you can charge into that forest to get the shooter/magicer.
Personally I think treemen should be invisible in a forest anway, they are just another tree after all, but that would be broken.
I dont think you quite understand what i was asking, let me ask this in a different way, How close does the muster of malvolents on foot have to be to the treeman, and the 2nd question being can a muster of malevolents be charged.
also , quote: "if something is shooting/magicing out of a forest then you can charge into that forest to get the shooter/magicer." not if it doesn't need line of site and is further then 2 " in, E/G treemans strangle root attack
Last edited by Iv Blaze vI; September 26th, 2008 at 04:15.
The muster is not its own model. It is part of the treeman model. So you don't place it near the treeman, it goes on his base. The quote "counts as being a single model unit strength 1" is there to mean that it can't see over interposing units because of the treeman being a large target. It uses line of sight as a model on foot would, not as the treeman does.
Hope that clears it up for you.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
Dose that mean the treeman is unit strength 7? lol