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I was looking at the eldar FAQ and is says that the singing spear counts a strength 9. So does that mean that the D-cannon's strength: X counts as strength 9.
the Singing Spear has Strength X, which in it's case is triple it's user's Strength, against tanks. In CC it always wounds on a 2+.
D-cannons have no strength. They have special rules on how to wound models and damage tanks in the support weapon battery section of the codex.
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the wraithcannon also operates on it's own rules, but it's actually the same as the D-cannon
thanks for the help.
I just wanted to know about the D-cannon becasue my friend plays necrons so the s9 would mean i would intant kill them, otherwise they just get right back up even though it is ap2.
it's not ap2 it's ap 6, so your right, but a one shot that wounds on 2+, it's meant for tank hunting.
The D-cannon and Wraithcannon are both AP2, and while neither technically has a strength value on a to wound roll of 6 they inflict instant death regardless of toughness, so it is possible to make your opponent lose some of his WBB rolls.
right, i thought of the spear, my bad.
but do we actually have ANY ap1 weapons? except the meltas?
Focused blast from 2 fire prisms, the spinneret rifle, and potentially ranger/pathfinder shots. I think that's about it though outside of meltas like you mentioned.