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This might be me being stupid, but I flicked through my rulebook and cannot find the answer.

I'll use the new Solitaire as my example.

My Solitaire has taken the Cegorach's Rose and a Harlequin's Caress.
Do the rules of each CC weapon combine with the other?

Does the 'Caress of Death' rule carry over to the Rose, and does the Rose's 'Shred' rule carry over to rest of the Solitaires CC attacks (allowing me to re-roll to wound my non-Rose attack, as well as the Rose attack)?

Neither weapon is a 'specialist weapon' and thus confer the +1 attack for two CC weapons?

Having a brain freeze moment, please help me?! :/

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Okay, I have found my answer and it is 'no'. Page 51 of the mini-rulebook states you "cannot mix and match the abilities of several different melee weapons".

I feel this almost devalues the Rose, as I am not so sure 'shred' is better than the Caress's version of Rend. Guess it depends on the target.

If a Mod could delete this, if they see it as spam/whatever as I have found my own answer.
 

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This might be me being stupid, but I flicked through my rulebook and cannot find the answer.

I'll use the new Solitaire as my example.

My Solitaire has taken the Cegorach's Rose and a Harlequin's Caress.
Do the rules of each CC weapon combine with the other?

Does the 'Caress of Death' rule carry over to the Rose, and does the Rose's 'Shred' rule carry over to rest of the Solitaires CC attacks (allowing me to re-roll to wound my non-Rose attack, as well as the Rose attack)?

Neither weapon is a 'specialist weapon' and thus confer the +1 attack for two CC weapons?

Having a brain freeze moment, please help me?! :/
You must choose which profile your close combat attack will use ( usually before you make the attacks depending on your opponent).
 

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Thanks, friends.

It was one of those moments where the obvious answer alluded me.
 
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