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Hey guy's i've got another question...!
Okay i was reading in my book again trying to find a way i could kill off some of my friends dam war machinces really fast. And then i found (A Lamenation of Despairs) -which lets any model on the board may be targeted. The targeted model must pass a leadership test, or else suffer D3 automatic wounds that cannot be saved by armour or ward saves and cannot be regenerated. Does this mean i would use this bound spell on a war machine itselfs? Cause i know like BT GT OG SCC and the RBT, have no leadership, only there crew does. So does this mean i would use this to kill a warmachine or does the warmachine go by the crews leadership too?
Cause if the warmachine does not go by their crew leadership that means i can pretty much one hit K.O a warmachine and not have to worrie about it for the rest of the game? : )
Please let me know!...
Sadly, that won't work. Any model that doesn't have a leadership value automatically passes any leadership test. So you would waste it.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
awww dam, that sucks, oh well i'll just have to find more ways to kill these dam machines.
Thanks for the fast reply.
Warhawks work well.
So do characters on flying mounts.
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Under "Characteristics of 0" it says:
"Some creatures have been given a value of '0' (sometimes shown as a dash: '-')..."
This establishes that in Warhammer terms, a dash and a '0' on the profile mean the same (i.e. zero).
Further down, under "Characteristic Tests", it states that if a model has to take a characteristic test for a value of '0' on its profile (or a dash, as we know they are equivalent) then the model automatically fails.
The Despairs, therefore, are a reasonable way to have a go at getting rid of War Machines, but don't forget your opponent can dispel it, so be careful. Also, it might only do a single wound.
EDIT: I should also point out that the only difference between Ld tests and other Characteristic tests is the way the tests are taken (i.e. on 2D6 rather than 1D6).
Last edited by Vespasian; July 23rd, 2009 at 21:47.
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