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I know rending is when you roll a 6 to hit. It states that rolls to wound of a 6 are automatically
AP 1, does that mean it negates the normal armor saves on everything or does that mean you
are only capable of killing things with max toughness 6? I'm sorry I'm just having a mind fart
and i need a little help on this one.
Well if the CIB's special rule is diffrent from rending, then it can't be rending. Plus if it was rending it'd say so in the weapon profile.
And yes, it can only kill things with a max Toughness of 6, thats because it has the strengh of a lasgun.
damnit..... i thought i would be dropping wraithlords. thanks mikeOriginally Posted by MiketehFox
nope, killing Wraithlords still sux.
It works slightly different than rending.
It doesn't follow the same rending rules against vehicles at all. It always just takes str + D6.
Also, read in the profile, any 6s to (wound, I think) automatically wound and count as AP1, regardless of toughness.
So you can kill Wraithlords with it.
It just says any wound rolls of 6 make the shot count as AP1. Seeing as strength 3 cant wound toughness 8, it cant kill wraithlords.
So the best way to Drop a wraithlord is still a Railgun Solid Shot to the face.:shifty: Then again, isn't that the best way to drop anything?:yes:
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any 6s to (wound, I think) automatically wound and count as AP1, regardless of toughnessThe part that still confuse me " regardless of toughness" That would infer that it could be ap1 to any toughness.It just says any wound rolls of 6 make the shot count as AP1. Seeing as strength 3 cant wound toughness 8, it cant kill wraithlords
I think it's a typo (will definately be updated in FAQ), but I'm thinking it is close to rending if they added that bit in. Something like "any rolls to wound of 6 count as an AP1 wound, regardless of toughness"Originally Posted by bonekrusher
but then again, that's just my view on it, as they wouldn't have included "regardless of toughness" if it didn't cause an automatic wound as well.