BlueDagger

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  • Birthday 02/22/1982

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  1. That ol argument has been debated to death. You can't play RAW with that answer because legally you can't even use most ladders because your based can't be "Fully in Contact with the surface" with pretty much every ladder modeled out there. If someone wants to be silly and claim prone climbing up a ladder just tell them you'll count it as long as they can place the model there horizontally without holding it
  2. Close, Coordianted Spec Fire you have to be touching the same target model not point. A point on the board being a target is for Targetless. Targetless doesn't have to target an enemy model, regular types of spec fire do. This is balance for camo units. If a spec fire from a grenade could just target a point like tragetless you could just lob grenades at camo markers and pretty much negate camo.
  3. That just means that you can't mix BS attack and Speculative Fire in a Coordinated order. They all have to do the same things so all BS Attack or all Spec Fire etc.
  4. Ironically, avoid it like the plague when I can. It's good for a giggle, but by no means is a good choice for ITS.
  5. It costs a Command Token per attempt, you're at a -3 ph to attempt (-6, +3 rage), and your targets get to dodge at -3 PH,. No real issues seen here.
  6. Player A - Declares move, describes the route, moves the model Player B - Declares ARO BS Attack with a Rocket/Missile Launcher and places the template at any single point Player A's model was at during the move. Player A - Declares Second skill Roll resolutions. Anyone in that Template space during the order would be hit, excluding guts roll move of course.
  7. Funny enough, I've never actually made it to GenCon myself lol. It's on my bucket list, but making it back for another Interplanetary takes prescience. Bloodynin3 - If you have Facebook hitup the WGC Infinity group and you'll definitely be able to find some folks up for a pickup game.
  8. To avoid the confusion in here, your simple answer is no you may not. Targetless means you can target any point on the table rather than an enemy model. Throwing a grenade is still a BS Attack (that uses PH instead of BS) and still requires LoF to the Active Model to declare it.
  9. I can't say I've ever had it come up as an issue in any of the matches or tournaments I have ever played or TO/Reffed. In the end, the rule is whatever the To/ref call it as, so if you have a question about it ask the official before the situation occurs.
  10. As a player if a model approaches enters the ZoC of my hacker I'm going to ask "Is this model hackable" and if it's a HI I'm going to add "is <X attack program> valid?". The way they are moving toward me with the model will likely give away that it's something suspicious. if my opponent did manage to catch me off guard with the model I'd laugh and shake his/her hand because that was an awesome clandestine move, as it's intended to be.
  11. How is information on demand not the same thing as sharing? If you share a resource with someone you both have access to at it at any given time, but it likely resides in your presence as the original owner. Arguing against obfuscating in a tactical wargame involving concealed information and tactics is rather ironic. Your opponent is privy to LoS info yet you don't move to a location and request an ARO from X, Y, and Z model as you point them out. However you may remind them that X has an ARO because you want them to act. If your opponent moves out in LoS of a mine, but out of range of the blast, you don't tell them "I can't aro with this camo marker because it's a mine". Sharing = "possess in common with others". You both possess the ability to reference the model's load out and stat line. One via reading and one via being told upon a simple request.
  12. Please quote where is says "you must physically tell you opponent everything about the model". It actually says "When you replace one of your Markers with a model, you are required to share all Open Information relative to that trooper.". If they want it they can have it, but rambling off every stat number, pistol, etc about a model once it reveals would get a little tedious and infuriate your opponent in a 12 camo list. Simply say "This is a Zero Minelayer with Combi." and if you opponent wants to know more they are free to ask. Hell they can ever ask you "Read off to me every stat, equipment, and weapon of that model" and you should do so for them.
  13. You're reading into the term "automatically" subjectively. Automatically doesn't mean you automatically tell them. It means your opponent automatically will know if it's hackable, if they ask or attempt. Open information is open, yes. If you opponent wants to know something they freely open to know it, but they need to ask as it's a covert model. It's the same as if you had a minelayer that comes out of camo you don't have to jump straight out and say "It's a mine layer with only two mines remaining!". You simply say it's a minelayer X with blah blah blah. Now if you opponent asks how many mines it has left, you give that info because it's open.