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I only ask this because, technically, if you have two troops in a bunker, only one can shoot. Is that how it is? It just seems a little, eh, unrealistic. But, to counter myself, look at what I'm playing.
Maybe I am A scitzo...
In a nut shell, in a bunker (that counts as a immobile tank)... only half may shoot you can get full details in the BBB so if you have 2 guys in the bunker only 1 may shoot.
I had this long signature made up, but I didnt like it...
The way my group plays it is. Pre-game you decide the amount of troopers that can fit into the bunker. (10 for smallish, 20 for big) Then 1/2 of the total can fire out. So if a 10-man unit enters a big bunker they would all be able to fire out. Thatâ€™s just the way we play it. If youâ€™re going to play by the book then only 1/2 of who is in the bunker can fire.
I don't even know if this is possible but from reading the name Sniper i was thinking; why not put two snipers in the bunker and as they operate independently they count as different units and so can shoot with both...
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