does somebody have the rules for the colossal Squig? I can't find them online.
Thanks in advance!
The rules can be found in the Monstrous Arcanum, page 40. I have a poor copy (so the movement might be incorrect) but I think the rules are something like: M 4D6, WS2, S,T,W of 6, I of 1, D6 Attacks and LD 3. 135pts. It has random movement, large target, Terror and two special rules:
Dinner’s dinner: If it’s random movement brings it into contact with any unit (friend or foe), it will count as charging and attack as normal until the combat is resolved as normal. It’s too dull witted and hungry to care.
Falls apart: when it dies, every model in base contact suffers a S3 auto hit.
Note, it should have the Immune to Psychology special rule too. It was an oversight according to a Fordge World employee I spoke to years ago (All other squig units have the Immune to psychology rule).
Thanks grandmasterwang. I have to say that the rules are a little underwhelming for a centerpiece model. But it will be fun to paint!
I agree and was originally not a fan of the rules but have changed my mind. Ultimately it's possibly the cheapest strength 6, 6 wound monster in the game. I feel they do a decent enough job of representing the massive squig.
It actually can potentially be very useful as it has a massive 4d6 random movement (it's biggest benefit) which means in can bounce into things like fast cavalry and shooters without giving them a chance to flee or shoot! It can also charge in any direction due to this. It's main attacks aren't likely to do much unless you get lucky but it's all about bouncing into infantry where it can tunderstomp away.
That gives it a unique utility in the OnG army and it will certainly be fun to paint.
Was this FAQ an official Forge World release? I only ask because I noted that on the FAQ sheet itself it says "With thanks to the members of Chaos Dwarfs Online...". So is this FAQ official GW/Forgeworld or fan made?
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