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who moves models that a monlith DS's onto.
what if it lands on a ongoing Close combat?
That's pretty inconvienient of it- if it is just a handful of fighters I'd probably move the whole combat to the nearest side of the monolith (or roll a scatter die, if it's really necessary). If the Monorock thwaps into existence right in the middle of a whole herd of brawling warriors I'd probably move it to the edge of the fight, more out of sheer convenience than anything else- again with the scatter die if it looks like it could be played to either sides advantage. Bear in mind these are just ways to play it to keep the game flowing- they're backed up by no official rulings and have no handy pages references.
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The owning player is the one who moves the models, as per you keep your hands off your opponents mini's without permission.
As for landing in a giant combat then basically you just gotta go with it, try to move models in a way that they surround the lith' and hope that you can make it work out again when consolidations are done. keep in mind you can't actually DS the lith into a combat, it would have to scatter there, so these occurences should be rare.
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Use the rules for a tank shock movement - just in all directions. If it is a combat. try to keep the models that are together still together - it shouldn't be hard as usually there is a defined front line.
Alternatively you could just kill everything - more realistic, but slightly unfair.
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You typically move the entire unit to one side or the other. Just like tank shock, the entire units moves the shortest route possible to get out of the way. This prevents the owning player from getting a free move as he can't control the direction (the rules does).
The owning player always moves his own models. I don't believe there is ever a time when an opposing player may touch your models. If they tried I would smack their hands!
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