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I was playing a game about a week ago against a VC player and we got into an argument over a rule. Here is what happened.
I beat him in combat.
He took his appropriate number of unstable(or whatever its called) wounds which finished off all of his models in the unit.
Now he says, that I do not get a reform because I didn't actually win, but he beat himself. ????
So of course I am stuck not facing the direction I need to go.
Do I not get a free reform regardless of who kills the last model because there is nothing left?
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by Flummer; January 26th, 2012 at 20:08.
You always get a reform when you wipe out an opponent, regardless of whether is was due to crumble damage or not. Heck, you get a reform every time you win a round (though I'll point out that reforms in combat are more limited, because you can't remove guys from the fight using those)! Your opponent is incorrect.
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