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Some of my friends have been trying to convince me of this so I figured Id throw the question up here.
If a unit pursues off the table in the final turn of the game ie: no chance to return to the field, are they considered destroyed?
I personally dont think this is the case but it would help us to settle the case if I had some other opinions to back me up.
page 102, Victory points:
"each enemy unit that is destroyed, is fleeing, or has fled the table."
Obviousl, if a unit is an exception to this, it will be noted in their unit entry. (like Tomb scorpions and Miners)
pursuers dont count as any of these so no points are counted for them.
Warchief Diggah o da Bloodmoon Squiggahs
Thank you for the speedy response and thank you for making my case, I had read that line a few times and was unable to articulate that into a decent argument i guess. Again thanks and I feel dumb for not being able to make that argument without help
Sorry he didn't make your case there. The key phrase is "fled off the table." The unit in your description never "fled", they pursued. As you did nothing to earn points for the unit, why do you think you should get kill points for it? I would say that the unit is still alive and therefore not worth kill points.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
Ummmm I dont think I should get victory points for the unit? In my post I asked a question and stated that I didnt believe this was the case and was looking for someone to help me articulate my argument better, witch digger did. Thank you for your reply sirkently but i think you missed my last sentence