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I was just wondering...
looking at the rules for CC it states that you must be within 2" of a friendly mod in base contact with the enemy to contribute your attacks.
after mesureing the bases on my mods i noticed they are slightly smaller than 1", and thus 4 models in a row (one behind the other) would all be in range.
is this an oversight on the part of GW or am i stretching the rules a bit.
wot would your reaction be if i pulled this at a tourny?
That's just the way it is. The tighter you can pack your squad the more can fight (and be killed)
In an hour of darkness a blind man is the best guide. In an age of insanity look to the madman to show the way.
I'm sure many people casually assume that the bases are 1" when in fact they are not. Regardless the bases would have to be lined up on the same axis for your situation to arise, not all that common unless you have a hoarde. If it's an important assault or there's room for doubt we always seem to just pull out a measring tape and invite the other guy to agree who is in range and who isn't. I've never seen a debate about it last more than 2 seconds.
On a personal note I'd be willing to chalk it up to poor design. I think the intention probably was to have the base unit of measure (1") be the same size as the base of the model. (which hardly negates the need for a ruler given that models rarely line up on exactly the same axis)
Last edited by medic_4077; June 23rd, 2006 at 17:07.
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