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Is it an all-or-nothing effect? I.E. if I have a squad of PAGK 18 inches away, but in a line (for whatever reason), and my opponent rolls, say, 19" ... will he only be able to see the PAGK within 19 inches, or will he be able to see the whole squad? And if only a few, will that give me a majority cover save? ^.^
I'm guessing its all or nothing because the rule says the roll is the range at which the unit can be seen, not the model, but I thought I would ask.
You already answered your question. All-or-nothing effect indeed.Originally Posted by Miril
It's however much he rolls, that's how much he can see. If he rolls a 19" and you have 5 guys 20" away he cannot see the 5 guys in the back on the guys upto 19".
"This is the number of inches the GKs can be spotted at, and if the unit is within range then firing is conducted normally." Normally, if a 24" gun shoots a unit and 3 guys are 25" away, the 3 guys in the back cannot be killed. That's my take on it but the sentence really is fragmented and can be interpreted in one of two ways. ~6 in one half dozen in the other~
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What can be seen, can be shot, but I think these rules are depending on range instead of LOS. If you're in firing range, then u may shoot at them (and if they are in LOS ofcourse), and if u can't see any GK, u must choose another target.Originally Posted by Emp.
If any one of the models in a GK squad is seen through shrouding, then the entire unit is spotted. If, however, an enemy unit fails the spotting test, they cannot shoot at any other targets, no matter what their distance is.
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righto.. cause then you'd have had to measure the distance to see if they can be seen :p
Heh yeah. 3'' intervals, anyways like LOS rules (and like others have said)
You only can shoot what is in range, or what you can see, its not like you could shoot a guy who peeping out of a bush and kill a guy who is inside teh bush.. that would be cool though.