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It's been established that if multiple terrorfexes, or a xenospasm and terrorfexes fire from the same unit, the modifiers stack.
And according to the rulebook a unit can only take one pinning check per enemy unit firing at it (and usually causing casualties) with pinning weapons.
So what would happen if I had a Sybarite with a xenospasm hit a unit and also had an attached haemonculus unleash the archangel of pain at the same unit in one shooting phase? Do you think the modifiers would stack in this case?
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An interesting thought.
FAQ 4.0 describes stacking Xenospasm grenade effects fired from the same unit.
Where's the reference to stacking multiple terrorfexes?
Where's the source to stacking terrorfex and xenospam grenades?
Even though all firing (from one squad) is resolved silmultaneously I doubt you'd convince many players to let you stack pinning effects unless it was stated explicitly in the wargear's description.
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Yay i do think the modifiers stack becuase the pinning test is made at the end of the shooting phase with fallback etc.
Actually, it isn't. It's taken after the unit with Pinning weapons is done shooting. (Page 32) As such, since two Raiders are two separate units, that's two Pinning Tests -- one after each Raider fires its Horrorfex.Originally Posted by all_seeing_eye
EDIT: If the Pinning weapons were from the same unit, then the modifiers probably would stack.
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In the FAQ it says xenospasm effects stack if fired form same unit, but aren't xenospasms limited to one per army?