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This may be a stupid question but if a dreadnought can be singled out in the firing phase by troops within range does it mean that the dreadnought will be able to fire at a unit of its choice during ITS firing phase?
For instance is a dreadnought able to fire at a squad of, for example, immortals if it's behind a unit of warriors that give it adequate cover? The assumption is that the immortals are within range and are able to single out the dreadnought.
No, vehicles may always be picked out by shooting, provided you have line of sight (no other vehicles, close combat, or terrain blocking it), but infantry may be screened by other infantry, provided they at least half the height of the screened unit.
So, if your Immortals are behind some Warriors, and the Dreadnought is behind some Marines, the Immortals and Warriors may shoot at the Dreadnought or the marines, provided they're in range, but the Marines and Dreadnought can only shoot at the Warriors, as they are more than half the height of the Immortals behind them.
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