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Just a quick question, if i teleport necrons out of combat using the monolith or the veil of d do the enemies who were left behind get a consolidation move or are they left standing where they are??
First I believe you can only teleport out of combat with the monolith but I don't have the codex in front of me so maybe you can do it with the veil. Either way, the necrons teleport out of comabt and the enemy troops can make a consolidation move so three inches.
You can teleport out of close combat with Viel of Darkness and using a Monolith. That's why many close combat armies fear Necrons, especially.
However, I'm not sure on your second question - I don't have a Necron codex with me.
i've looked in the codex and it does'nt mention anything about the enemy getting a consolidation move when the necrons telepost out of combat. the closest thing is under the veil of d rule it says "the veil may be used even if enemy models are in base contact with the necron lord or any other necrons that move with him (the enemy models are left behind)." it makes sense that they would get a consol move but it is in the necrons movment phase.
They don't get a consol move, you just teleport out and they are stuck exactly where they are. This does make them extremely vulnerable to blast templates because they should be tightly grouped together.
You can teleport out of combat with veil or monolith, and enemy does not get to make a consolidation move. I havent seen anywhere that says they do in the necron codex so looks like that dont If this makes the enemy out of cohesion for some reason, at the start of their next turn they will have to make sure they become coherent before anything else
Yup. There is no consolidation move. It's your movement phase not theirs.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
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