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What is an 'ability'?
Posted 18 November 2019 - 02:46 PM
Posted 18 November 2019 - 02:51 PM
Abilities are rules that apply to a model and our found on the models data sheet (normally between the weapon stats and the keyword block in the section labled: Abilities).
There may be abilities that can be granted via other means such as WLT or powers...
EDIT - abilities also include the faction rules (ie space marine chapter tactics, SoB <order> convictions) and the troops objective secured.
So Abilities are anything that states its an ability.
Edited by Slasher956, 18 November 2019 - 02:56 PM.
Dyspraxic & Dyslexic - So I might not write/explain what I think I have as clearly as intended to....
I'm confussed... what side of the fence am I on???
Posted 18 November 2019 - 04:15 PM
As a more concrete example, the Canticle of Hate litany grants +2" to a Charge, but states that this does not stack with other abilities that do the same. Is a Stratagem that grants +1" Charge an ability, and is a Warlord Trait that grants +1" Charge an ability?
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Posted 18 November 2019 - 05:50 PM
To add another example. Does the chaplain Litany that extends the range of aura abilities also extend the range of something like the relic that has a 3" bubble of 4++?
- Chaplain Emmerich
++++ The Jericho Crusade ++++
"Let our feet, steel clad, pressed into the soils of this alien land, remark on our passing. What need have we of plaudit and praise? No matter the laurel of victory, no matter the glories others may seek.
We are the Black Templars. Victory is it's own reward."
- High Marshal Helbrecht
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