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megatrons2nd

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What modifiers would I use to fire at an aerospace fighter during take off?  I was assuming using the 20(10 for VSTOL) hex movement modifier as the fighter is not airborne until the end of the turn.
« Last Edit: 20 August 2012, 01:51:39 by Xotl »
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Re: Shooting at Fighters during take off question
« Reply #1 on: 19 April 2011, 22:03:04 »
Should I have put this one in Tactical Operations?
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Re: Shooting at Fighters during take off question
« Reply #2 on: 30 April 2011, 20:39:22 »
"regarding your earlier rules question, I would treat it as a standard ground-to-air attack. The liftoff takes place during the aerospace unit's movement phase as though it were a ground unit, and--like all ground units in combat--the firing phase accounts for ground movement and final position at the end thereof. As the aerospace unit ends the Movement Phase as a unit on the low alt map, it is an aerospace unit f"(assuming) from that point on.


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