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1) If a Trukk carrying a squad of shoota boys, moves 'flat out' (13"+), can the squad fire their weapons?
2) Can a trukk use its boarding plank, to attack a Walker? (specifically a Dreadnought) If so, what armor does it strike against?
wishing one day for a clear ruleset.
Can't answer #2, but #1 is clear in the BGB. Passengers cannot fire out of a vehicle unless it's moved 6" or less (presumably 7" with red paint job).
ok found it pg 66. Fire Points. ..may not fire from a vehicle that moved at Cruising Speed.
Anyone got any insight on question 2. Boarding Plank?
"exactly as if the Ork were disembarked and charging"
Normal melee is always resolved against front armor, and as far as I can tell, that is what this is. In short, I'm saying yes you can attack it and you always hit frontal armor.
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ThanX Mastershake. I must have glossed over that quote. I don't like it, but I guess my Dread is going to continue getting snuffed by drive-by, if it misses when it lands.