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I dont really understand the networked markerlight rule. I read through the normal markerlight rules and understand them. But the networked ones through me off. Is it a markerlight that allows the tau unit that has the networked markerlight in it to use the markerlight counters that the networked markerlight made?
If this is so, can a tau unit that shot at a IG unit with a markerlight, not use the counters put on that IG unit from its own markerlight?
Yes, a networked markerlight can benefit its own squad as well as all other Tau units. For example, suppose I had a squad of 12 firewarriors with Shas'ui holding both a markerlight and a drone controller plus two networked markerlight drones. The unit fires its markerlights at an enemy and all hit. The squad can use the two markerlights from the drones because they're networked but they can't use the Shas'ui's markerlight because it isn't. Another tau unit could use all three as normal.
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