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Aberdokki

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(Answered) Elementals and Leg attacks
« on: 16 July 2022, 02:11:18 »
Ok, question for Elementals wanting to conduct a Leg Attack.

PG 220 total warfare
Infantry units that begin a weapon attack phase in the same hex and at the same elevation as the legs of an enemy mech may choose to attack the mechs legs instead of making a standard weapon attack.


Uh... how am I suppose to put my elemental model in the same hex?  Just bojangle it onto the mechs head and hope its square enough not to fall off?

I guess this means I am not in an adjacent hex attacking into this hex, but actually standing in the hex with the mech itself which ignores normal stacking rules.
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Re: Elementals and Leg attacks
« Reply #1 on: 16 July 2022, 08:30:01 »
Uh... how am I suppose to put my elemental model in the same hex?  Just bojangle it onto the mechs head and hope its square enough not to fall off?

Sure, or push the Mech aside a little so both are overlapping the hex.


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I guess this means I am not in an adjacent hex attacking into this hex, but actually standing in the hex with the mech itself which ignores normal stacking rules.

No, stacking rules are that 2 friendly, and 2 enemy units can be in the same hex, provided that only 1 of those 4 is a 'Mech.
The solution is just ignore Paul.

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Re: (Answered) Elementals and Leg attacks
« Reply #2 on: 16 July 2022, 23:19:49 »
Thank you!

 

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