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can one unit assault more than one enemy unit?
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can the kroot squad (all hounds and kroot are in one unit) assault more than one squad of guardsmen?
K3, in response to the topic title and description, I doubt that is unlikely.
And as for thread content....wha?
Please make this clearer for others to understand, friend.
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Yes you may assault more than one unit. In the basic rules its in the Ultimate Secrets of the Galaxy Revealed section (no page number, GW's great). You have to assault the closest first. In the TAR is under the Declare Charges section (page depends on the Chapter Approved volume). You must maintain unit coherency. Refer to the appropriate book for more info.
ok. so i can?
ill check in the rules. i just thought this idea sounded good as you could use a huge squad of kroot to tie up a whole platoon of guardsmen.
It's even specifically mentioned that you can, in a lot of places...
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