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i tank shocked men in an ally. they flee and i have enough movement to finish the job. can i run them over? they have no way to get out of the way
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On BRB page 45 you'll have your answer. In short yeah they go poof if they can't escape.
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Well I am going to refer you to page 68 for a fuller explanation.
You would have to make the Tank Shocked enemy unit fall back off the table edge to do any harm here at all.
Enemy models simply are moved out of the way by the shortest possible distance to a legal place on the table. They will ‘always’ have a ‘way to get out of the way.’ (Too many ‘ways’ in that sentence there!)
P.S. Tank Shock’s intention is to move enemy out of cover and is not an ‘attack’ as such.
The resulting ‘fallback’ or ‘death or glory’ is the only means to destroy anything by Tank Shocking.
It’s only a ‘fallback’ from close combat that will invoke the ‘Trapped’ rule (page 45) and the unit being destroyed.
Last edited by Wicky; December 2nd, 2008 at 23:02.
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