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    Al'Raheim Question

    Can you still assault after youve done Al'Raheim's "Like the Wind Order", if you havent shot any rapid-fire guns or heavy weapons??


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    I don't see why not.
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    You should be good. There's nothing in the order itself that says you can't assault.
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    It should be allowed, this is a special shooting phase move, not a run move. It even says in brackets that "[the unit] may not run"

    So ya, they can. It might be argued by your opponent, especially in tournaments but it IS legal.

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