So, first game today with my Guard in 6th Edition and my Lord Commissar executed a Grenadier Veteran. First time ever having an execution. Never seemed to fail my leadership checks in 5th ed. with his LD 10 aura, but today I rolled box cars and *boom*, Vet lost his head and the rest shaped up immediately.
I was actually grinning ear to ear as it all went down and my opponent just shook his head and laughed along.
So when was your first? Was it a Platoon Commander or even Company Commander, or just a basic guardsmen? Did you enjoy it as much as I did? ;D
he was the only witness to the unit breaking and as he was the only witness, remove him and make up a story of heroics by yourself, with dragons, pirates and a magic weasle! yes i have been drinking XD
aparently running in to a blood bank and shouting "BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!" is frowned upon...
- My commissar is the last thing than can make me win this game. He's a troop choice and on the objective, he needs to survive a Sternguard SGT's Power Weapon attacks, then kill the man.
- However I had a trick up my sleeve.
- When all hope seemed lost...the lone Lasgun Command squad guy rolled double 1, ran back into combat, the Sternguard Sgt fluffs his attacks, as does the Commissar but BEHOLD! The Company Command Veteran killed the Sternguard SGT.
I'm sure most of the men in the galaxy are familiar with the sinking feeling that accompanies the words "Do you think you could do me a little favour, darling?", but when the woman asking the question is an inquisitor it's even less wise than usual to say "No".