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Treadhead_1st
17-09-2007, 23:23
How does this work exactly?

I get how it works against things like Dragons, and other big, multi-wound monsters & characters.

But against 1 wound guys?

Surely you don't have to take the test, since the model is dead & can't take any more wounds (provided by beating the opponent).

Or, do you classify the "dead" model as having Ld0, and thus you automatically win?

Or, is it "peasant's revenge" and the lowly Infantryman can make your extremely-expensive Highborn bite the dust once said infantryman is dead?


Any thoughts o nthis matter would be really appreciated.


PS: I apologise if this is hard to understand, I am trying to ask how a rule works without writing the rule so as to not breach GW IP. It's tricky.

theunwantedbeing
17-09-2007, 23:55
You have to take the test.
Dead models only have 0 wounds,their other stats remain the same as when they were alive.
It's simply a risky weapon,that wasnt worded or thought out particularly well.

It's good for hacking down the mounts of enemy lords at least(as they tend to have very poor leaderships).

GodHead
17-09-2007, 23:59
PS: I apologise if this is hard to understand, I am trying to ask how a rule works without writing the rule so as to not breach GW IP. It's tricky.

You can actually quote selections of copyrighted works.