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Can the Farseer withdraw with the shinning spears? I don't think he can but I would just like some clarification. Also I would like clarification on whether or not an Autarch can.
The farseer can't (because he is an IC i believe), but because the autarch is a master strategist he can, it allows him to use all aspect powers that a squad has as if he was one of that aspect.
It's on page 21 of the eldar codex. "Note that Exarch powers can only ever affect Aspect Warriors and Autarchs in the same squad as the Exarch using them..." But shadowstrike is an exception as stated in when describing the power.
I'm assuming that Master Strategist also accompanies this rule because it's just kinda thrown in there when describing exarch powers.
I think it's in the big 5th edition book that if you put an IC (besides an autarch) in a squad, the squad looses it's special rules while the IC is in the squad, ie. hit and run. (Don't have the book with me at school)
So, I used the wrong words in my last post, change "...all exarch powers that a squad has as if he was one of that aspect."
Last edited by Kranberry; February 24th, 2009 at 23:37.
I'm away from my book but there are some special powers that ICs pick up if they join a squad with them I believe (I mean in the BBB not the codex).
But I really doubt hit and run is one of them, so this should be a clearcut
Though one thing that might cheer you up is that per the FAQ farseers can cast fortune, doom and guide from inside a transport now. (Measuring distance from the hull).
So if you're looking for a way to have your squad fortuned in CC without your farseer getting easily killed a falcon or serpent tagging along could be your ticket.