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Alright. First it just occured to me that this might be moot if the "can't be withn 1" unless assaulting" rule applies when you land a tank on an oponents units. (I.E. the all have to be moved 1" away from the shocking tank).
However if that's not the case and they'll stay snug with the vehicle what is the proper way to handle a flacon landing on a unit.
See a falcon has a shape sort of like
So my question is, if models after a tank shock can end closer than 1" to the vehicle, since models are supposed to get out from the vehicle by the shortest route would they often end up in between the wings? Would it matter how I angled a shurican cannon under there or whether or not I added the little random bit that can stick out under there?
I've been playing as if it had been shaped like this
which makes things much simpler, but I don't know if that's right. It could make quite a lot of difference, and would open a whole can of worms for things you can do with board edges or two falcons.
Last edited by sunnyside; June 14th, 2006 at 16:47.
I wouldn't say the gap between the wings is "out of the way" - Although it isn't defined, I'd go with pushing models towards the outside edge of the tank. You're not going to stay in front of 20 tonnes of eldar tank bearing down on you at 30mph
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone