When its handle is cranked, the Ratling Gun’s barrels whir up to speed with a scream. The weapon spits warp-laced bullets into the enemy, mowing down foe after foe - at least until it detonates with a sound like a bomb going off in a clockmaker’s workshop.
Unit Size: 1 Points: 65
Battlefield Role: None
Base size: 60 x 35mm
A Ratling Gun is a single model armed with a Ratling Gun and Rusty Knives. BATTALIONS:
This warscroll can be used in the following warscroll battalions:
• Rattlegauge Warplock
More-more Warplead!: A Ratling Gun’s crew can release its gimbal-limiter, increasing the gun’s rate of fire at the risk of a catastrophic malfunction.Hidden Weapon Team: Clans Skryre weapon teams often lurk unseen amidst large formations of Stormvermin and Clanrats, revealing themselves once they are close enough to use their weapons.
Before you determine the Attacks characteristic of a Ratling Gun, you can say that the crew are releasing its gimbal-limiter. If you do so, the Attacks characteristic for that attack is 4D6+3 instead of 2D6+3. However, if the roll includes any doubles, this unit is destroyed after all of its attacks have been resolved.
When you select this unit to be part of your army, you can pick 1 friendly CLANRATS
unit that has 10 or more models and is already part of your army to be the unit in which this unit is hiding. Record this information on a separate piece of paper. Do not set up this unit until it is revealed as described next. You can hide up to 1 WARPFIRE THROWER
, RATLING GUN
unit in a CLANRATS
unit for every 10 models in that CLANRATS
unit. Hidden Weapon Team units are destroyed if the unit in which they are hiding is destroyed before they are revealed.
At the start of your shooting phase
, you can reveal this hidden unit. If you do so, set up this unit wholly within 3" of the unit in which it was hiding and more than 3" from all enemy units. This unit can shoot in the phase in which it is revealed as long as the unit in which it was hiding did not run
in the same turn (it could have retreated