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Hey I was wondering if anyone could elaborate exactly how Necron Morale works.
I have read to codex but it is not exactly clear what it means. I am just wondering if what I'm thinking is correct.
I haven't played Necrons in years, but if I remember correctly... they take moral checks just like everyone else. The still fall back, and are still subject to all penalties and rules for regrouping.
Necrons don't have any special rules for morale
They just have a default Ld of 10.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
The book explains soulless, feelingless, undaunted machines panicking by saying that Necrons are very much Alien, and so their actions will seem just as alien.
Got a "good" rumour from a GW staffer? Forget about it, LO'ers know more than any random GW shop staffer.
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If you mean fluffwise, well, there are alternatives to saying they "ran away scared." The marines, who never feel fear, don't "break" or "retreat" either. Instead, they "regroup" or "tactically give ground." I'm sure you could concoct your own favorite euphemism for "turning tail and running."
Minstrel (singing): When danger reared its ugly head, Sir Robin turned his tail and fled...
Sir Robin: I NEVER!!!
They could a standardized programming that tells them to retreat/regroup or it could be their innate fixation of dying that they exchanged their fleshy bodies to metal ones to avoid that lingers somewhere within that cold robotic body causing them to run like a bunch of cowards.
Warhammer 40k: Blood Angels, Imperial Guard, Grey Knights, Space Lizards (wolves), Kroot, Witch Hunters, Dark Eldar
Warhammer: Lizardmen, Empire, Vampire Counts, Brettonians, High Elves, Skaven
Necrons aren't robots, they basically a mindless soul in a shell
They're no more a computer then a SM