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hey guys came up in a game was just wondering on what peoples take is on this scenario.

IC has eternal warrior and feel no pain, takes an instant death wound, eternal warrior says he can not be killed by instant death. so the question is can the feel no pain be used to prevent the wound. we took it as the feel no pain says it can't be used on instant death wounds. so although the wound would kill it is reduced to just 1 wound, but because it is an instant death wound it couldn't be saved by the FnP.

Does this sound right to you guys?

or would it be that because he can't be instantly killed that he can save with the FnP
 

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Sounds right at first...

Rules check, and this seems to confirm it. Feel no pain can't be taken against instant death. Instead death makes your model drop to 0 wounds and be removed from play as a casualty, eternal warrior means instead of being reduced to 0 wounds by ID, your model's wounds are reduced by 1.

So EW IC is hit and wounded by an ID weapon, fails its save, cannot take FnP, and goes down by 1 wound.
 

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The wording of FnP is "Feel no Pain saves may not be taken against... unsaved wounds that have the Instant Death special rule" (Pg 164), so regardless of whether or not the character is killed by the attack, the character would not get its FnP save.
 
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