18Heavy Gun Drone (base: 32mm flying base)
18Heavy Gun Drone
|8"||5+||5+||3||4||2||1||6||4+||32mm flying base|
• Any number of models can each have their markerlight replaced with 1 burst cannon.
For the Greater Good
Threat Identification Protocols: In the Shooting phase, Gun Drones can only target the nearest visible enemy unit. If two units are equally close, you can choose which is targeted.
Saviour Protocols: When resolving an attack made against a INFANTRY or BATTLESUIT unit whilst that unit is within 3" of a friendly DRONES unit, if the wound roll is successful, you can roll one D6; on a 2+ that DRONES unit suffers 1 mortal wound and the attack sequence ends.
|FACTION KEYWORDS: T’AU EMPIRE,|
|KEYWORDS: DRONE, FLY, HEAVY GUN DRONES|
Bork’an scientists have distributed the latest prototype weapons amongst their sept’s Fire Caste contingents, optimised to increase range and accuracy.
Drones will dive into the path of incoming fire without a second thought if it means protecting T’au lives.
Sa’cean cadres maintain close contact with Air Caste spotters in low orbit whose intelligence scans augment the accuracy of the Fire Caste.
T’au combined arms groups are called Hunter Cadres for good reason. Working in close coordination, they hunt and destroy the most dangerous enemy targets.
Drone Al are adaptive enough to be assigned individual missions by their masters.
Even when under intense pressure, T’au warriors remain calm and resolute to break enemy charges with salvoes of fire.
Burst cannon used in the following datasheets:
Markerlight used in the following datasheets:
The T’AU EMPIRE keyword is used in the following T’au Empire datasheets:
The DRONE keyword is used in the following T’au Empire datasheets:
The FLY keyword is used in the following T’au Empire datasheets:
The greatest proof of the superiority of the T’au’va is the sight of a hundred pulse rifles firing in unison.