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Imagine a unit of 7 zombies and 3 necromancers in it. And they are charged by a unit of empire knights. Here comes the question:

If you lose 5 zombies. And the combat resolution gives a 5-0. How can I distribute the wounds on remaining 2 zombies and 3 necromancers?

1) 2 wounds on zombies and the remaining 3 on each necromancer. But in this case there is a zombie unit without zombies, in which there are 3 necromancers. So that does not make a sense and it looks sensible to distribute 2 wounds on zombies and after this point we have 3 different units (characters cannot be kept together to form a unit, at least 1 zombie is needed). So at the end, we have 3 dead necromancers. Which way is true?

2) I get the wounds as 1 zombie dead, 1 zombie undead. Remaining 4 wounds are distributed as 2 on 1 necromancer, so he is dead, the remaining is distributed among the remaining 2 necromancers, so they have 1 wound to go.

If you lose 5 zombies. And the combat resolution gives a 5-0. How can I distribute the wounds on remaining 2 zombies and 3 necromancers?

1) 2 wounds on zombies and the remaining 3 on each necromancer. But in this case there is a zombie unit without zombies, in which there are 3 necromancers. So that does not make a sense and it looks sensible to distribute 2 wounds on zombies and after this point we have 3 different units (characters cannot be kept together to form a unit, at least 1 zombie is needed). So at the end, we have 3 dead necromancers. Which way is true?

2) I get the wounds as 1 zombie dead, 1 zombie undead. Remaining 4 wounds are distributed as 2 on 1 necromancer, so he is dead, the remaining is distributed among the remaining 2 necromancers, so they have 1 wound to go.