You can purchase Justicar Voss in the Privateer Press Store.
Unit Faction and Type
Compound Armor: This model gains +1 ARM against explosion damage.
Weapon Expert: When this model attacks during its activation, it can attack with all of its weapons.
Relentless: When this model destroys one or more enemy models with a melee attack, immediately after the attack is resolved, this model can move up to 2".
Void Jumper: When this model is hit by an enemy attack, before the damage roll is made, you can spike to have this model ignore the damage and effects of the attack. Reposition this model anywhere within 8" of its current location.
Void Shifter: While this model is charged, it gains +1 ARM. When this model is hit by an enemy attack while charged, after the attack is resolved, you can reposition this model anywhere within 2" of its current location.
|Name||Attack Type||Damage Type||Range||POW|
|2X Arc Blade||Melee||Kinetic||1||5|
|Attack Mode: Each time this weapon is used to make an attack, choose one of the following special rules to apply to that attack:
Justicar Voss was released during the Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika Kickstarter.
The forces of the ruthlessly expansionistic Iron Star Alliance persistently push into the territorial holdings of their rivals. As new worlds and systems are conquered, the Alliance appoints governors and justicars to bring the conquered into alignment with the dictates of the Septarchs and the Supreme Concordiat. While the governors rule these new territories, it falls upon the justicars to bring them to heel. Judge, jury, and executioner over the territories they are appointed to civilize, the justicars and the Paladin forces they command represent the judicial authority of the Alliance. Few are as effective as Justicar Voss. Young for an appointment of such gravitas, Voss is arrogant and ambitious to a fault, but few who have seen the sword-theurge in battle can blame the Septarchs for their faith in his capabilities.
Frequently Asked Questions : Dual Weapons (2X)
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Q: What does the 2X mean in front of a weapon name?
A: 2X shows that this unit has two instances of the same weapon.