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Question: When setting up your Raider Squads do you have to show your opponent which squad is in which Raider? My squads have a different highlight on the shoulder pads that corresponds to the hull of each Raider so it's not like I can suddenly say "No there were warriors in that one not Wyches". I have my In the past I have when asked but last weekend a Marine player asked and I told him. When I asked which squads were in his Rhinos he said he didn't have to tell me since his vehicles were closed hull. Still kicked his A@@ but not sure if I want to be so forthcoming in the future unless the rules state I have to.
Well, in my gamegroup we allways tell the oponent what is every squat/unit und who or what is inside transporters and the like, be it 40k or fantasy.
If I remeber right therer where some turnament rules about designation where you even had to tell your opponent the squads point cost "this is a 100points unit with 2 darklances, this is ... "
You donĂźt have to di it this way, but I think its at least polite to tell your oponent what is inside the tranporters, where are your characte modells and the like.
I believe tourney rules are you have to allow your opponent to look at your army list before the fight.
I always show what unit is in what raider by placing the squad leader (sybarite) on the vehicle. Allot of marine players place squad leaders and special characters that are rhino/razorback mounted on top of the vehicle to represent that the tank is occupied. If they donâ€™t do that it is fine but if you ask and they donâ€™t tell you thatâ€™s just plane bad sportsmanship. Sportsmanship is defiantly a big thing if you plan on doing well in any Tourney.
I think if asked you are required to reveal whjats in which transport
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I agree. Telling which squad in which vehicles prevents confusion, not to mention cheating. All the campaigns at my local GW requires us to tell the opponents which unit is in which vehicle, but not the point costs or anything. Plus, i think this process promotes sportsmanship.
me and my friends tell eachother about squads in vehicles.
i had this one game where i used like 10 rhinos (scenario type thingey, borrowed from a lot of people) i had squads in like 6 of them and i didnt need to tell my friend. I think he knew for some reason... 9 lascannon shots later. i lost about all of my squads. i had like 20 guys left and got mowed down.
i dont allow for people to switch squads with vehicles. if that nice armored tank is close and convenient... but it belongs to some1 else. dont get in it. thats how i view it.
Usealy I Just tell them because they ask me first.
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