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p.43 of the rulebook explains what do do when a squad massacres the enemy in close combat.
but how is a forced advance conducted? (in the case of armies that are forced to advance in such circumstances, such as Blood Angels)
1)Is the distance similar to that of a sweeping advance?
2)Should it be towards the nearest enemy unit, or can I pick the unit I want to advance to?
I don't know how that would work since a sweeping advance has changed, I would guess that after a massacre you continue as normal, I would say that 'forced to advance' doesn't apply per se as it did.
Again, I'm not sure and that is an interesting question.
It follows the rules for a consolidation move, but with D6" instead.
You need to read these two bits together for it to make sense.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
Check the official Blood Angels FAQ at GW's site:
Why do the survivors remain anonymous -- as if cursed -- while the dead are revered? Why do we cling to what we lose while we ignore what we still hold?
Name none of the fallen, for they stood in our place, and stand there still in each moment of our lives.
--Duiker, "Deadhouse Gates"