Gloomspite GitzIncarnate Elemental of Beasts

Incarnate Elemental of Beasts

Incarnate Elementals of Beasts are gruesome fusions of meat and bone, bound together and given will by the raw magic of Ghur. Savage beyond imagining, they slash and gore their way through whole armies, reducing their enemies to mutilated heaps of flesh.
MISSILE WEAPONSRangeAttacksTo HitTo WoundTo WndRendDamageDmg
Amber Breath
Amber Breath12"D65+3+-2D3
MELEE WEAPONSRangeAttacksTo HitTo WoundTo WndRendDamageDmg
Savage Talons
Savage Talons2"3+4+-21
Impaling Horns
Impaling Horns2"44+3+-1D3
Wounds SufferedMoveSaveSavage Talons

Unit Size: 1      Points: 300
Battlefield Role: Behemoth


An Incarnate Elemental of Beasts is a single model armed with Savage Talons, Impaling Horns and Amber Breath.


Savage Frenzy: These creatures are at their most dangerous in their final moments, lashing out at their enemies in vengeful hatred.
If this model is slain, before removing the model from play, it can make a pile-in move and then attack with all of the melee weapons it is armed with. This model is then removed from play.

Howl of the Great Beast: The howl of an Incarnate Elemental of Beasts can freeze the blood of all who hear it.
Subtract 1 from the Bravery characteristic of enemy units while they are within 8" of this model.

Incarnate of Ghur: Incarnate Elementals are able to draw upon the energies from their realm to heal their bodies and increase their strength.
In your hero phase, you can heal up to D3 wounds allocated to this model if the battle is taking place in Ghur, the Realm of Beasts. In addition, you can re-roll wound rolls of 1 for attacks made by this model if the battle is taking place in Ghur, the Realm of Beasts.

The Lure of Spilt Blood: The potent aroma of freshly spilt blood sends these creatures into a frenzy.
You can re-roll charge rolls for this model while it is within 12" of any enemy models that have any wounds allocated to them.

Piling In
A unit can make a pile-in move if it is within 3" of an enemy unit or has made a charge move in the same turn. If this is the case, you can move each model in the unit up to 3". Each model must finish its pile-in move at least as close to the nearest enemy model as it was at the start of the move.
Healing Wounds
Some abilities allow wounds that have been allocated to a model to be healed. For each wound that is healed, remove one of the wounds that have been allocated to the model. You can’t heal wounds on a model that has been slain.
Sometimes modifiers apply to characteristics or abilities. For example, a rule might add 1 to a hit roll or the Move characteristic of a model. Modifiers are cumulative. Modifiers can never reduce a dice roll to less than 1.

If a modifier applies to a random value, work out the random value first and then apply the modifier(s) to it. For example, if an ability adds 1 to a Damage characteristic of D3, the result would be worked out by rolling the D3 and adding 1 to the roll.
Making Attacks
Attacks are resolved one at a time using the following attack sequence. In some cases, you can resolve all of the attacks made by the same type of weapon at the same time (see Multiple Attacks).

1.Hit Roll: Roll a dice. If the roll equals or beats the attacking weapon’s To Hit characteristic, then it scores a hit and you must make a wound roll. If not, the attack fails and the attack sequence ends. A hit roll of 1 before modification always fails to hit the target, and a hit roll of 6 before modification always hits the target.
2.Wound Roll: Roll a dice. If the roll equals or beats the attacking weapon’s To Wound characteristic, then it is successful and the opposing player must make a save roll. If not, then the attack fails and the attack sequence ends. A wound roll of 1 before modification always fails, and a wound roll of 6 before modification is always successful.
3.Save Roll: The opposing player rolls a dice, modifying the roll by the attacking weapon’s Rend characteristic. For example, if a weapon has a -1 Rend characteristic, then 1 is subtracted from the save roll. If the result equals or beats the Save characteristic of the models in the target unit, the save succeeds and the attack sequence ends without causing any damage. If not, the save fails and the attack is successful, and you must determine damage on the target unit. A save roll of 1 before modification always fails.
4.Determine Damage: Each successful attack inflicts damage on the target unit equal to the Damage characteristic of the weapon making the attack. Most weapons have a Damage characteristic of 1, but some have a Damage characteristic of 2 or more.
Charge roll, charge move
Any of your units within 12" of the enemy in your charge phase can attempt to make a charge move. Pick an eligible unit and make a charge roll for it by rolling 2D6. Each model in the unit can move a number of inches equal to the charge roll. You cannot make a charge move with a unit that has run or retreated earlier in the turn, or with a unit that is within 3" of an enemy unit.

The first model you move from a unit making a charge move must finish the move within ½" of an enemy model (you do not have to pick the target for the charge before making the charge roll). If that’s impossible, or you decide not to make the charge move, the charge fails and no models in the unit can move in this phase.

Once all models in one unit have made their charge moves, you can pick another eligible unit to make a charge attempt, until all units that you want to make charge attempts have done so.
Allocating Wounds
Once all of a unit’s attacks have been resolved, add up the damage that was inflicted. The player commanding the target unit must then allocate a number of wounds to the target unit equal to the damage that was inflicted.

Wounds are allocated one at a time to models in the target unit. You can allocate the wounds inflicted on your units as you see fit (the models do not have to be within range or visible to the attacking unit). However, if you allocate a wound to a model, you must keep on allocating wounds to that model until it is slain – a unit can never have more than one wounded model.

Some abilities allow you to make a roll to negate a wound or mortal wound allocated to a model; in this case the roll is made for each individual wound or mortal wound as it is allocated to the model in question. If the wound or mortal wound is negated it has no effect on the model.
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