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One: If a champion/character is involved in a challenge when a smite spell goes off, does he have to direct his attack at the enemy he is fighting the challenge with?
Two: If a unit is in combat and a SSC shot scatters, hits and kills one of them - do they have to take a panic check, or does the fact that they're in combat negate the psycology of being hit?
not sure about the first one. but i imagine they can only hit thye person in the challenge.
But the second one is definitely a no.
units in combat are immune to all psychology except fear for break tests.
If incantation of smiting is cast on a unit, then the champion or character must direct his attacks to the unit, same as always.
Units in CC do not take panic tests.
I believe the wording used is something aong the lines of 'Units in CC always pass any Psych tests they are required to take', so they will take a panic test... but it will be passed automatically.
As for the Champ, i should think the smited attack has to go towards the challenged model