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Supreme Archon Orlok
11-09-2009, 19:40
Hi, I searched the tactics section and couldn't find anything on this.

The buildings rules, say that if a defending unit, loses and fails it's break test, it is pushed from the building.

However Daemons don't take a Break test, they take a Daemonic Instability test.

So, your thoughts.

PeG
11-09-2009, 20:03
I would argue that a unit that fails a break test runs while Daemons, undead, unbreakable units etc dont take break tests and dont run. Therefore they can not be pushed from buildings.

Lijacote
11-09-2009, 20:57
I don't think daemons or undead would have any real background reason to flee from a building unless it were Sigmar himself with the Widowmaker. Maybe they should... oh well, I don't know. Maybe daemons should suffer (an additional wound or multiple to the undead) a modifier to the Instability test if they lose.

This thread might be better in... well, maybe the Rules section.

Gaargod
11-09-2009, 22:14
In a word: no

They don't take break tests and are therefore immune to being ejected from buildings. Logic would denote they should take some penalty to their instability test for this, but if that's the biggest problem in a game against daemons, count yourself lucky.