Guilliman returns: Dealing with an Imperial Primarch

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Shas'Saal
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Re: Guilliman returns: Dealing with an Imperial Primarch

Post#11 » Mar 05 2017 05:46

Messed up my wording there a bit. I meant to say that Jump and Jet Pack Infantry are "Infantry" and they are allowed to embark. It's just they usually have rules that make them less desirable in transports (Jet-Pack confers Very Bulky for example).

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Panzer
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Re: Guilliman returns: Dealing with an Imperial Primarch

Post#12 » Mar 05 2017 01:13

You guys. :D

Yes he has Eternal Warrior, so no you can't snipe him properly.

And no he obviously can't join units nor embark in vehicles. Independent Character IS a subtype but even if he had it the FAQ prevents him from joining units just like our Coldstar Commander. ;)

Jacket
Shas'Saal
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Re: Guilliman returns: Dealing with an Imperial Primarch

Post#13 » Mar 05 2017 09:19

Allegedly at the end of the book he goes on a new crusade. I wonder where who is target is?

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Panzer
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Re: Guilliman returns: Dealing with an Imperial Primarch

Post#14 » Mar 06 2017 02:42

Also on a sidenote the formation with Cato and Sternguard/Vanguard Veterans is supposed to let him LOS! wounds onto them when he is in 3" range or so.
Whether that means that you still have to wound against his T6 or not is unclear though. Guess we'll have to wait for some proper screenshots of those rules.

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SinisterSamurai
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Re: Guilliman returns: Dealing with an Imperial Primarch

Post#15 » Mar 06 2017 10:59

I apologise. I had forgotten about the FAQ.
Panzer wrote:Independent Character IS a subtype but even if he had it the FAQ prevents him from joining units just like our Coldstar Commander. ;)


All of the Tau HQs are "Infantry (Character)" or "Jet Pack Infantry (Character)." I have yet to see a datasheet in any current codex that has "[Unit Type] (Independent Character)." That's because Independent Character is a special rule, not a subtype. But this discussion is now moot because the rest of have been revealed, and as you say, Independent Character isn't among them.

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