Ork Codex FAQ & Errata

The 8th ed Ork Codex got its FAQ and Errata!

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10 Responses to “Ork Codex FAQ & Errata”

  1. The Traitor November 19, 2018 11:42 am #

    For a moment there I thought they had changed lootas weapons to be damage D6. Then I read it again and realized it was the spanner who could get a kustom boosta blasta. Also nice they improved the Goff trait, it was completely stupid.

  2. B. Raven November 19, 2018 12:06 pm #

    Can you clarify what is meant by the change in the Grot Shield stratagem. It sounds like the ork player now can lose only 1 Gretchin and the whole attack is cancelled regardless of the number of shots or damage. (example – a 20 attack Assault cannon could be stopped by 1 Gretchin)

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      Reecius November 19, 2018 12:50 pm #

      No, each wound (not damage) takes out a Grot. Much like Drones but they just die, no rolls to be made.

    • Venkarel November 20, 2018 8:55 am #

      Yeah. Remember each shot is resolved individually in the BRB we only get to group them up because of the Fast Dice rule.

  3. B. Raven November 19, 2018 1:56 pm #

    Thanks! Can we assume then the 2+ check is made before the saving throws are made?

    • abusepuppy November 19, 2018 2:38 pm #

      As per the new wording, it is.

    • J.Kerrigan November 19, 2018 2:50 pm #

      Just did a side by side comparison of the old rule vs. the new.

      ( I know you would never do this)
      Old rule: vs Lootas 1 Lascannon shot 6 damage rolled. 6 dead Grots or 1 dead Loota and up to 5 dead Grots.

      New rule: vs Lootas 1 Lascannon shot 6 damage rolled. 1 dead Grot or 1 dead Loota.

      Results: new rule much better against multi-damage weapons, but you have to make the decision before KFF rolls or armor saves. on the flip-side if you roll a one you still get your KFF save on your non-Grot unit.

      Also the possibility of many less dice needed to be thrown.

      • rvd1ofakind November 20, 2018 12:49 am #

        Yeah, it’s a lot better. Now anti-tank weapons are completelly useless against a horde list with lootas

      • Ujayim November 20, 2018 5:06 am #

        Dumb. Drones were already annoying, now grots are just mega drones.

  4. Venkarel November 20, 2018 8:39 am #

    I agree this is not the optimum solution. I can understand drones for a Tau gunline army. But have drones, uh sorry grots, for your gunline (lootas) while having boys, one of the better melee/close quarters troops in the game, running (or jumping) at you is a big difference. They should have stayed like other armies and had one die per damage not one per wound. So it is either do 60 individual wounds to the grots to get to the juicy loota center, basically table them so you can assault the lootas, be Aeldari (or something with enough movement range to get over the intervening units) or have a shooty/cc enough deep striking unit that can get in a position where the shootas are closest and actually kill them (and find the gap to do it against a board control army).

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