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Just a quick question here, as I am still riding the learning curve. The Fire Prism works with blast markers, but has a native BS stat. When you declare a target, do you roll to hit it using the BS and then the blast emanates from that point?
Or is the Fire Prism's main beam subject to the scatter die, as all blasts seem to be? If so, is the BS stat just for the shuricannons?
Thanks guys! Sorry if this seems obvious >.<
It's a blast, it scatters 2d6 after you place it, minus your BS. It does this for both the firing options. Gives it a nice chance of dropping where you'd like.
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if i decide to go for the twin linked s=10 ap1 opton, do i have to scatter to fire at the other prism?
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Nope. You just draw LOS, tell your mate youre combining fire and only fire the supported prism (unless Im wrong)
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That's exactly right, you can link up 2 prisms even if they are out of maximum range, or partially obscured, and the twin linking lets you re roll the scatter dice. As mentioned above, you alocate your target, place the blast marker, roll 2d6 and the scatter dice and minus your BS from the result.