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I play allot of 40k and this comes up in most games... Heres an example from yesterdays 1500 point game...
My ork Nobs are charged by a tactical squad (5 men) and a dreadnought. When I come to make my attacks, I give 5 to the men and then 1 to the dreadnought and then the last 3 I give to the men, (thats my choice right?). However one of the orks has a claw can he target the dreadnought? I'm realy confused about multiple units in combat with multipul units... I understand how to share out the attacks against the enemy, if they are all from the same weapon but what If there not? This whole thing is very confusing. :s
You allocate attacks against whole units (so either the Marines or the Dred), but you allocate them from individual models whether they have different weapons or not. So you could choose to attack the Dred with your claw ork, provided it was a valid target (either in B2B with the dred, or not in B2B with the Marines and within 2" of another ork who was in B2B with the dred).
Put the box on the table by the window in the kitchen.
IIRC any models in base contact with just one enemy (unit or IC) have to attack that, if they're either in B2B contact or are just within 2" of multiple you can choose how their hits are assigned. So if you've a veteran with 3 attacks in B2B with only 1 unit, you can't assign 2 hits to them and one to the IC.