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Hi this seems a little strange to me but my freind playing chaos used his 1k son sorcerer a whole 90 points it cost him and used bolt of change on my nightbringer and turned my nightbringer into a spawn i realy couldnt beleave this my 360 point nightbringer, finding out that my nightbringer isnt immune to instant death and the spell saying regardless of T 6's always work on the target. c'mon surly a god cant be turned into a spawn
Last edited by Kendowned; February 20th, 2009 at 00:46.
That's one of the points of the spell. While in most cases, the nightbringer would be fine against the spell, as his toughness it to high, a roll of a 6 will transform him.
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Yeah, stuff like that happens. Lucky rolls are lucky rolls. Also, try not to let him get into range. :3
Actually, the spell was Gift of Chaos, not Bolt of Change. Bolt of Change is a spell with 4 inferno bolt shots.
Unfortunately the physical forms of the C'tan can be changed into a chaos spawn.
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Be careful if you go against an ork army with Old Zogwart as well. He can turn your C'tan into a squig from 24" away.
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It's actually more dangerous against Daemons with Boon of Mutation. Same ability, except it's a shooting attack with a longer range and can still be shot into combat - no psycic test involved. That said, keeping something that can actually do that within range of a C'tan is just generally a bad idea...
The Ork squig thing is probably the most efficient version of this, albeit it is a bit unreliable.