Nickabbottt wrote:Not trying to be difficult, just a bit confused.

It says “each time you make a wound roll of 6+” you add D3 mortal wounds.

So is that you add D3 mortal wounds if you roll a 6+ on your D6 roll for number of wounds to roll for, or is it D3 mortal wounds for each actual wound roll of 6+?

The "wound roll" is the check to see if the shot wounds, or doesn't. The

*damage *roll determines the number of wounds the opponent loses.

Also, it seems like you misunderstand the way attacks work in 40k. You roll dice to pass or fail- rolling a 6 to wound doesn't make "6 wound rolls". The number you roll doesn't generate any additional dice. You might want to read through the attacking rules again, since it's such a critical part of 40k:

https://www.games-workshop.com/resource ... 000_en.pdfHere's what happens.

1. You roll to hit.

2. If the to-hit roll was a success, roll to wound.

3a. If the to-wound roll was a success, let your opponent roll their armor save.

3b.

*If the to-wound roll was a 6 or more, immediately deal D3 mortal wounds.*4. If the armor save was a failure, roll for damage.