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Is the "Leap Frog" method legal for using rapid fire weapons?
ex. All these models are in one squad the letters are just to show you what is going on. the four or more back models move forward and the front models remain standing in one place, the result then is that the models who didn't move still get to shoot 24" and the models who did move would if there was anything be able to rapid fire(course you wouldn't leap frog if you could get everyone into rapid fire range) heard of this from my friend who plays necrons and space wolves, im just starting witch hunters where i've played nids longer and im not used to rapid fire and what can and can't be done with it.
AA = AA
Thanks in Advance
Legion Of Everblight: Abyslonia
Protectorate of Menoth: Grand Exemplar Kreoss
The rules state that if one member of a unit moves, the entire squad counts as moving for that turn. So that tactic isn't legal.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone