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The title pretty much sums up my request. Basically my brothers and i have decided to start playing Warhammer. We have been playing 40k since 3rd and thought we could use a change of pace.
Or first impressions where that a lot more attention need to be payed to deployment, and the game moves a bit slower. But it was fun.
On to the questions.
1. If my block of marauders is charged by a block of knights. Four marauders are killed in a five strong front rank. Do I only get to attack back with the one or does a second rank model "step up"
2. What is a good way to measure wheeling. We understand the concecept just having a hard time measuring it out. And we watn to be presice since there is a lot of emphasis on movement.
3. When a single character issues a challenge to a character in a block, loses but does not die, what happens when he fails his moral check/ld test. Does he run a way or die and if he runs away what pursuit options are there if the block is engaged with something else.
I have more questions just cant remember them all at the moment. Thanks in advance for all the help.
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Thank you very much. Ok well it looks like we played correctly in those cases, and sorry the third question was a bit confusing. I still can't remember the other instances where we had questions.
Also about wheeling. Would cutting string to different premeasured lenghts help at all? Or would that not work.
I can't really see how strings would work that effectivly, its usually easy enough to measure the distance the rotating corner moves. It is usally easy enough to use a ruler/measuringstick/tape measure for this. Just set the stick beside the moving corner, hold the immobile corner and rotate the moving corner. It may be easyist to do a series of individual 1" wheels until you get where you want to be facing.
You can also buy templates or make your own for wheeling. I know gale force 9 made some for this purpose.
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