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So me and my Tau friend have recently been argueing whether or not you get to choose when your units get to take thier WBB. i Argue that when the rule book says that they may take thier roll during the begining of the players turn. i argue that this maybe means that the player get to choose. i also saw a point in the book where units that have not taken thier WBB rolls are treated as debris until a spyder or warriors come along and such. please help me out.
You take the roll at the start of your turn.
Not at any other time.
The models are preferably laid on their side, and their position marked (usually by the model lying there) but they do not hinder enemy units in any way.
minimalism is the key.
You measure to determine if WBB is possible at the time the casualty is taken (is the unit close enough to a unit of the same type? or in range of a Tomb Spyder and there is atleast one other unit of the same type on the table, or if applicable is it in range of a Orb). If it does not meet the criteria for a WBB roll at the time the casualty is taken, remove the model imediately.
If eligible for a WBB roll, it is taken at the start of the Necron Players turn.
As far as units being treated as "debris" they really aren't. The don't affect movement of enemy models, and in the cases of Necrons "dying" from CC attacks, I just move them right out of the way for the ensuing pile in moves.
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