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If you give the Basilisk the indirect fire option, can choose to shoot directly or indirectly, or do you have to always have to shoot indirectly?
You can do either, as long as you are over 36" got indirect.
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what exactly do you mean? your language is a bit nondescriptOriginally Posted by Diggums Hammer
if the enemy in question is less than 30" away, but you have a line of sight, does indirect fire hold you to the 30" minimum? im going to venture yes, you have to abide by the 30", but if im wrong please correct me.
If you have line of sight, your range limits are 0" - 120"Originally Posted by Ramble On
If you fire a shot indirectly (like, at a unit behind a building), your range limit is 36" - 240"
So if a unit is within 36" of your Basilisk and is out of line of sight, then you can't fire at it. But if your Basilisk did have line of sight at that unit, you can shoot at it, as long as it's within 10 feet!
Last edited by Zveroboy; June 25th, 2005 at 09:20.
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Simple answer, yes you may choose whether to fire directly or indirectly.
Most people forget this about the basalisk, good to see people asking this question!
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