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I've been investigating this game for a little while, and am thinking of getting started soon. Got a nagging question though...
What if one model has to move through another model (friend or foe), or ends up on the same position due to minimum forward movement?
You can't end on another ship (don't know what happens if your min and max are the same and are forced to). You can however move straight through another ship or attempt a ram if you so wish and you are going full throttle and your fleet allows you to.
So we dark eldar just go through hte middle of them, end on the other side, do a 360degree turn and blast away!
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Rock is cheese, Paper is just fine
WWP and other Dark Eldar how to
against foe, i think you would have to ram. against friend...well, better pass that fire retros or come to new heading test, or you'll be ramming your buddy
Actually, I don't think you can accidentally ram something. It requires a command check for All Ahead Full and a declaration beforehand.
Thanks Splata! I must have skipped over the 2D versus 3D part of the rules. I guess what I'll do is mark that both models are on the same location in some way if that happens, and then put the second model back in place once the first moves away.
no you cant accidentally ram. you can drive over people etc all you want, and of course, chose to ram, but you dont have too.
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
You could initiate a boarding action