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I understand the basicness of the synapse rule but what models really need to stay near tyrants, warriors, etc? I am assuming it is mainly for your gaunts with such a low leadership. But what about lictors, raveners, carinfex, etc. I know they dont have special rules allowing them to leave the synapse range. But with a very high ldr (not sure if I can name numbers so I am not), they will almost always pass. So a unit out of synapse range, they pass a ldr test, can they act tnormally that turn; move, shoot, assault, etc? Thanks again for the time.
In, a word Yes, if they pass they're fine. Read Instinctive Behavior in the new codex. It explains it pretty well.Originally Posted by DarkAngelX
And there's no rule saying that you can't leave syapse. It's just unwise to do so with gautns and such.
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The creatures that typically operate outside synapse have a slightly different leadership value to test on for instinctive behavior. They should be OK.
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I really hope they clarify some things in the codew cuz its just plain unclear!
Fluffwise, lictor,etc shouldnt have to stick aroud sybapse.
Rulewise, nothing says it work that way....
Generally you don't have to worry too much about high LD broods failing IB rolls. You can still fleet and shoot if you fail an IB roll. Gaunts DO need synapse support. Walking Warriors and Tyrants are good for a couple of turns before they get out of synapse. The problem is the assult range on Hormaguants quickly takes them out of range. One option is winged warriors/tyrant or an infiltrated Broodlord. You can leave the brood strung out to keep the back of the pack in syanpse. Or throw in a few Raveners or a Lictor to win combat. Even if you fail your their LD roll for a lost combat the Raveners and Lictor will probably keep the unit locked in combat so with a bit of luck you can reach synapse, rally & charge again.