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Hi eldar players, I'm a Chaos player (heh.:yes: ). I was posting here because I have a doubt. How exactly does Sustained assault work? Does the exarch simply keeps rolling until he misses? If so does that mean he has an unlimited amount of attacks? I'm just asking this because a friend of mine plays eldar and when he told me this I very nearly ***** slaped the poor Bas..... to death. I did how ever finish the game using it like if it had infinite attacks aslong he didn't miss. So I was wondering that, before I play with him again, seeing as his champion(exarch) on a lucky streak killed 2 squads:cry: . Ok thanks for the info :yes:
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Yes with sustained assault you're allowed to keep rolling attacks as long as you keep hitting although an exarch is only s3 so he's going to have a hard time wounding most enemies, and only the swooping hawk exarch has access to sustained assault and swooping hawks are a horrible waste of points.