Discipline Tests

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  • 5.C.a Discipline Tests
    Discipline Tests are a special type of Characteristic Test and follow their own rules. To perform a Discipline Test,
    roll 2D6 and compare the result with the model’s Discipline Characteristic. If the result is less than or equal to the
    Discipline value, the test is passed. Otherwise, the test is failed.

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    5.C.a Discipline Tests
    Discipline Tests are a special type of Characteristic Test and follow their own rules. To perform a Discipline Test,
    roll 2D6 and compare the result with the model’s Discipline Characteristic. If the result is less than or equal to the
    Discipline value, the test is passed. Otherwise, the test is failed.

    When a unit as a whole takes a Discipline Test, the owner chooses a single model in the unit to take the test for
    the whole unit. If there are different Discipline values in the unit, the owner chooses which model to use. This
    often occurs when Characters are joined to units. If the model passes the Discipline Test, every model in the unit is
    considered to have passed the test. If the model fails the Discipline Test, every model in the unit is considered to
    have failed the Discipline Test.

    Many different game mechanics call for a Discipline Test, such as performing a Panic Test or a Break Test. All these
    mechanics are Discipline Tests, regardless of any additional rules and modifications described in the relevant rules
    sections.

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