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My best friend and I always argue about LOS.
Is there a place in the book that deals with how much of a model needs to be seen in order for it be an eligible target? tanks in particular cause us frustration...
How much of the shooting model should be able to see? i.e. if a squad is shooting over a piece of terrain that is barely shorter than they are...a head say, can they shoot over it?
Is it just if you can see ANY of the opposing model? If there's a rule, that'd be great, if not, a consensus would be great.
For vehicles if you can see any part of the hull, yes, you can shoot at even a sliver of it and all they get for being 95% hidden is a 50/50 hull down.
For infantry you must be able to see the "body" according to p21. I've always played 'center of mass to center of mass' for infantry models. There will always be exceptions in a friendly game, such as a unit that is right up against a wall being allowed to exchange fire over it even if it comes up to their shoulders or some nonsense.
Thanks affe, good to know
Eh. Do it Mechwarrior style. Before the game, designate different terrain different heights. That hill blocks LOS for infantry, from grots to termies.