I still have a problem with some of the weird things people do at games night and here's the latest one. See would you would do in this situation:
It is CSM and Space Marines (us) vs Eldar and Blood Angels (them) in a kill point game. We have 4 ruined buildings; two in each teams deployment zones. On the lower level of one of our ruins, my partner and I placed our Predators. As such, there was only a bit less than 4 inches to the table edge behind the Preds. In round three, the BA player had Dante and a retinue of Sanguinar come available from reserve. Bear in mind, Dante does not scatter when he deep strikes. The BA player places Dante behind our Preds, but when he places all the Sanguinar down around him, there isn't enough room; they are either way too close to our Preds or he is touching the table edge with one model. It should be a deep strike mishap right? His partner finds out about the mishap and picks Dante up to put him somewhere else on the board with more room. We cried foul. His argument was this: Dante doesn't scatter and therefore cannot mishap. He claims that because he doesn't scatter, he can simply put Dante in a different spot until he finds a place Dante can come down. Now I'm a Daemon player and no one would ever allow this for me. Is there ever a time when a person places his model, puts the unit around it and finds out it's a mishap, would you ever let the person relocate the unit to a safer location?