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Wraithlords have a very high toughness, higher than a carnifex and most other monstrous creatures. We know this, we love this but My friends cannot accept it. They are thinking in a fluff sense here.
They do not understand how a "large spindly zombie" is tougher to kill than a Carnivex.
Can anyone give me a good way to explain it to my mates how wraithlords are suppose to be extremely resilient?
Nids are living creatures, with fragile organs and just an outer skin which may be hard, but they aren't solid, like a wraithlord.
wraithlords composition can be compared to like Colossus from x-men. a super-durable flexible lightweight material that can withstand huge amounts of damage without showing wear.
Eldar: W-26, L-4, D-2, Tyranid: W-8, L-0, D-0
I wonder if you are destined to be forgotten. Will your life fade in the shadow of greater beings?
wraithbone...the stuff that those nice spaceships.......carnifex...a big monster with some thick hide.
Hight elf and Craftworld Eldar army project pics heavy: linky
too bad power weapons fists bash through it like wood, id love to have an inv save
Zema: C'tan are also T8... explain that
WLs being so tough has always puzzled me. Even with "Wraithbone" (everything in 40K is super advanced...) they are spindly and one bullet to a leg joint would cripple it lol. Ive always thought that making them similar to Dreds would make most sense... Dreds with eldar vehicle upgrades.
Wraithbone can regenerate itself without any influence (though bonesingers can speed this up). I can't recall there ever being any specific mention of how fast this recovery takes, but the psychic signature it generates allows it to heal.
arent farseer and warlock armour wraithbone too? why dont they get T8 (atleast 4 or 5 )...W-T-H!!
and why dont we get wounds back from regenerating...we are getting ripped!