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February 22, 2011 by dracs
Andy and Vishal show how you can use Gorman di Wulfe in combination with Stryker to leave your opponent shaken, rattled and rolled.
how can the behemoth have up to 6 focus ?
The Behemoth got a Subcortex for its mortars. It can take additional FOC.
I really don´t understand why you boost that to hit roll. Stryker has FOC 6, the Behemoth DEF is 10. So you need a 4+ on 2d6. That´s a waste of Focus.
yea the why i read the rule no warjack could have more than 3 focus on them . and u can only have up to 3 dice to roll on a boost .
The Behemoth has additional rules that allow it to have more, and as always models rules trump the rulebook.
What I don’t understand is why it has any focus on it at all, you’d have to have screwed up your turn pretty badly to still have 6 focus on it Andy.
This video is another shocker . Did you make all the tips videos in the same day ? ( your clothes havent changed in any of them! ) Please bring us useful videos that we can actually use or don’t bother……. The butcher would have completly destroyed stryker in the next turn after all that overkill you did. A lot of these videos would have me really confused and thinking things about the game i shouldn’t be, if i didn’t already know the rules.
To answer your points:
- Yes… we filmed them all in the same day… - One man’s trash is another man’s treasure - The Butcher was completely destroyed by Styker before the next turn… all that overkill made him poop his pants… we didn’t film it, but that’s exactly what happened.
As antenor mentioned, the Behemoth has a special rule that allows both it’s Cortex and it’s Sub-cortex to be allocated 3 focus each (giving it 6 total.) Andy and Vishal aren’t playing a full game here. I think Andy put focus on the Behemoth to illustrate what being disrupted does to a warjack. Don’t think of these demos as actual game turns, they’re meant to illustrate a specific move, ability, or combo.
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