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Nooooooooooooo no no no no no noooooo. Shame on the eldar player.

When a Unit recieves multiple wounds from the same source, you must allocate those wounds as evenly as possible within the unit.

For Example: if he took 15 wounds, and his unit consisted of 4 troops+Character, he could assign 3 wounds to the Character, while also giving 3 wounds to each other model (15 wounds / 5 models = 3 wounds-per-model).
 

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Yes, even wound allocation applies in any situation where Unit A is wounding Unit B.

The only sorta-exception to this is in assaults, where wounds are allocated after each model attacks in Initiative order. Im far, far too tired to explain this, so i'll give a page reference instead.

"The Assault Phase: Wound Allocation" BrB, page 39.

Also, if you play him again and he doesn't believe you:
"The Shooting Phase: Remove Casualties" BrB, Page 24


Oh, and in Assaults, Independant Characters are treated as a separate single-model unit. Rules for this can be found on page 41: "Multiple Combats".
 
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