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Chaos knights, and You
Posted Yesterday, 05:45 PM
Posted Yesterday, 07:06 PM
Hmm, is the lower stat brackets on the datasheet counted as modifiers?
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Posted Today, 01:46 PM
I've heard in various places that our Titanic Duel stratagem, affects both players. Mechanically, this seemed bizarre to me - you'd often have to hand over a huge advantage to get it to go off.
I've been reading and considering it thoroughly today, and I confess I don't see anything to indicate a bonus or benefit being handed to the opponent at all. I suspect, this has being misread quite badly by people.
Here is the wording:
'Select one CHAOS KNIGHTS MODEL from your army that is within 1" of any enemy TITANIC UNITS. Both players secretly choose a number between one and three... ...The numbers are revealed at the same time; if they differ, then until the end of that phase, add the number YOU chose to the Attacks characteristics of that MODEL, but attacks made with melee weapons by that MODEL can only target TITANIC UNITS.'
Notice how the opponents piece is always referred to as a unit, and ours as a model - I think purposely to differentiate the element the stratagem is working upon. The strat also clearly says that we apply the number WE (you) chose to the attacks - there is no implication apparent that the opponent can do the same. They merely get to attempt to prevent you receiving a bonus, thus nullifying the strat...
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Posted Today, 03:54 PM
The 40k internet isn't always good at reading comprehension. Several places I've seen people say the profane secrets pact gives you a CP a turn. Or say the break the enemy stratagem is pointless. Or just generally completely misquote rules. Etc.
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