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    Seeker missiles

    Hey everyone i was wondering about this now, i had a battle yesterday.
    And i made some shoots with my PF squad made three hits and i wanted to fire away two missiles on an tank. The question is: Does the tank benefit from obscured when fired with these missiles? Even if they are behind cover? Or if they have a "meat shield" of a squad?

    Me and my friend couldn't come to an answer, but maby you guys can? =)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Padea View Post
    Hey everyone i was wondering about this now, i had a battle yesterday.
    And i made some shoots with my PF squad made three hits and i wanted to fire away two missiles on an tank. The question is: Does the tank benefit from obscured when fired with these missiles? Even if they are behind cover? Or if they have a "meat shield" of a squad?

    Me and my friend couldn't come to an answer, but maby you guys can? =)
    You trace the line of sight from the firing vehicle to the target vehicle in a straight line exacly as per firing the vehicles normal weapons. If the target vehicle is obscured it gets its save. You also use the armour facing the LOS from the firing vehicle leads to, so if the LOS leads to the frontal armour you use that AV value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rikimaru View Post
    You trace the line of sight from the firing vehicle to the target vehicle in a straight line exacly as per firing the vehicles normal weapons. If the target vehicle is obscured it gets its save. You also use the armour facing the LOS from the firing vehicle leads to, so if the LOS leads to the frontal armour you use that AV value.

    Okey, thanks Riki! Just wanted to make sure =)

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