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Kloud13
09-06-2007, 08:28
What exactly is Cold Blooded? What I mean is, If I as a High Elf Player Charge a Lizardman Unit, And I have The Standard of Balance, (Makes unit, and Units in contact with unit Imune to Psycology) Would The Lizardman unit lose the Cold Blooded ability?

Festus
09-06-2007, 08:37
No. It is not Psychology, it is a special rule.

Festus

Omegakai
09-06-2007, 08:44
^^^^^
cold blooded isn't a psychological effect in it self, it effects the result of a psychological effect.

in this case it dose nothing.

DeathlessDraich
09-06-2007, 10:32
:p Shouldn't flaming attacks negate Cold bloodedness - just adding speculative fuel to the fire.
Certainly worth an addition in the next Lizardmen army book which I have been invited to contribute.

Omegakai
09-06-2007, 22:07
Lol no, but Imo lizard men should panic when hit by ice magic.

Lord Zarkov
10-06-2007, 11:30
What exactly is Cold Blooded? What I mean is, If I as a High Elf Player Charge a Lizardman Unit, And I have The Standard of Balance, (Makes unit, and Units in contact with unit Imune to Psycology) Would The Lizardman unit lose the Cold Blooded ability?

Re-Read the rule book entry on Immune to Psychology; it is no longer a blanket immunity to all psychological effects.

That and Cold Blooded is not 'pschology' by the warhammer definition anyway

T10
10-06-2007, 13:50
And I have The Standard of Balance, (Makes unit, and Units in contact with unit Imune to Psycology)


Conveying Immunity to Psychology onto an enemy the way the Standard works is almost never to your benefit.

-T10

ZomboCom
10-06-2007, 14:22
All the standard of balance is now good for is removing frenzy.

It used to be a great way of dealing with stubborn troops.

Kloud13
10-06-2007, 15:53
It no longer removes Stubborn?

Belerophon709
10-06-2007, 16:53
It no longer removes Stubborn?

Since 'Stubborn' is no longer affected by the immune to psychology rules, no...

Festus
10-06-2007, 19:28
It removes your fear, though - very useful in a last stand type of scenarion...

Festus

Lord Zarkov
10-06-2007, 21:01
All the standard of balance is now good for is removing frenzy.

It used to be a great way of dealing with stubborn troops.

It's not even good for that,
it's only benefit as far as i can see is vs fear/terror causers (especially aready ItP ones) where it is fairly good

ZomboCom
11-06-2007, 13:06
It's not even good for that,
it's only benefit as far as i can see is vs fear/terror causers (especially aready ItP ones) where it is fairly good

It specifically notes that frenzied troops lose their frenzy when in contact with the unit carrying the banner.

Lord Zarkov
11-06-2007, 14:13
Oh ok, didn't realise that, I just assumed it was standard ItP