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Allright, so let's say a squad of space marines assaults a squad of flayed ones and they fight that assault out. The next turn, a squad of pariahs joins the fight. Now, how do the space marines allocate their attacks? Can they pick and choose models from both enemy squads and divide their attacks amongst them (like Independent Characters) or do they choose one enemy squad or the other and allocate all their attacks to that one squad, much like they do in the shooting phase? Any references you can cite would be most appreciated for whichever ruling you make. Thanks much.
I think they can divide their attacks, but to units instead of models I think
If you have a Chapter Approved book, there's a pic with clear explanation in there I think. But if you prefer the text way:
SM models in base contact with only 1 kind of unit (only pariahs, or only flayed ones) must attack that unit. If a SM model is in contact with both units, you may chose which unit gets the hurt. Same applies for supporting attacks: if they're within 2" of only 1 unit you must attack that unit, if there's models of both units within 2" you get to pick.
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