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teleologica
11-07-2010, 21:20
Another one I just noticed while reading the book.

Stubborn is defined (on p76) as granting Steadfast irrespective of ranks. It then references p54 - which defines Steadfast as meaning the unit always takes Break tests on unmodified leadership.

Now this looks to me like stubborn only means a unit takes Break tests on unmodified Ld, not any other Ld tests.

Thoughts?

Atrahasis
11-07-2010, 21:24
Of course. Since when did it mean anything else?

teleologica
11-07-2010, 21:28
Oh, I thought in 7th Stubborn applied to any Ld tests. No?

Minsc
11-07-2010, 21:46
No, they only applied to breaktests.

jet_palero
11-07-2010, 21:56
Oh, I thought in 7th Stubborn applied to any Ld tests. No?

What other LD tests have negative value modifiers though?

Ultimate Life Form
11-07-2010, 22:13
What other LD tests have negative value modifiers though?

For example some units may be affected by Ld reducing effects; there are a few in the game (Slaanesh, Skaven Baner, Doom and Darkness)

teleologica
12-07-2010, 11:03
Yeah, that's what I was thinking ULF.

Anyway, checked the 7th book and ... yeah, nothing to see here ... *looks for 'sauntering off whistling nonchalantly' smiley*