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I know a lot has been argued about Regeneration on Carnifexes, but I wanted to clarify, as I am building a Godzilla army (six carnifeses) and I don't have the codex in front of me (well, it's in another state).
Does regeneration work even if the carnifex is killed? I.E. would a carnifex who was just hit and wounded by five lascannon shots able to roll for regeneration when it's the tyranid player's turn?
Also, am I right in my remembering that regeneration gives you one dice to roll (to try and get a six) for each wound the carnifex has. I.E. you would roll four dice to try and regain wounds, assuming you had a five would carnifex.
Can't tell you the rules for it, but Regeneration doesn't help once the Carni falls. Only Old One Eye's Regeneration ability can bring the model back to life.
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