Title: Help Dont Know What To Do When.......
mspeedy - May 30, 2008 05:31 PM (GMT)
was playing a game last night and we come across this ...
my mate cast sure foot on him and he had a lot off thing in the 3" .know when i kill one off the wich have tough on it but still in the 3" off sure foot so if he rolls a 5-6 what do we do it cant go down ? :insane:
any one ?
ScotlandNil - May 30, 2008 05:43 PM (GMT)
I'm not sure if I know what you mean, but if a model is under the effect of Sure Foot and passes his tough check, he just stays standing!
mspeedy - May 30, 2008 07:31 PM (GMT)
so he can move and hit not just one of them ?
BlasterBonatti - May 31, 2008 10:51 AM (GMT)
The "tough" model who passed its check would just stay standing and act as normal in its following turn. Even if the spell is somehow dispelled soon after. As long as a model is within 3" of (who is it, I forget? Is it Madrak?) the caster it can't be knocked down.
alun - June 26, 2008 02:52 PM (GMT)
So then, the trollblood can carry on smashing its axe in your druidy tree hugger face!! Ha Ha sir!! :P :dance: Axe to mouth baby, axe to mouth!! :madaxe:
Scalpel - June 26, 2008 10:38 PM (GMT)
OK Martyn it works like this.
When a model takes sufficent damage to be destroyed it takes a Tough roll.
If you fail the Tough you are Destroyed.
If you Pass the Tough Roll you are reduced to 1 wound and Knocked Down.
If you are immune to being knockdown (ie. via Sure Foot), you still follow everything above except the last part (in Italic's)
As you are never knocked down, during its activation it may activate as normal and does not have to foreit anything.
Being able to be Knocked Down isn't a requirement of getting a Tough Roll, its a side effect of it if you make it.
mspeedy - June 27, 2008 12:17 PM (GMT)
them trolls got it all :swear: