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|05-12-11 10:45 PM|
Originally Posted by Terabyt3 View Post
|05-12-11 08:31 PM|
|Terabyt3||Eldar tanks are 2" from access points. So it's rear.... (there's a joke there somewhere)|
|05-12-11 07:39 PM|
Originally Posted by Salahaldin View Post
The Storm Raven rules say anywhere within two inches of the base. So you could have a dreadnought unload up to two inches away from the front of the Storm Raven. Not sure about the wording on the other skimmer as I do not run them.
|05-12-11 07:09 PM|
|Salahaldin||As for passengers disembarking, I just measure 2" from the entry points looking straight down at the vehicle, then place the passengers at the corresponding spot on the ground.|
|05-12-11 06:54 PM|
|OIIIIIIO||Khainite has the right of it, also the base must be removed, if possible, if the skimmer becomes immobilized.|
|05-12-11 06:17 PM|
|shampawnya||Boo... Not the answer I was hoping for, but does end my confusion... Thanks guys|
|05-12-11 05:45 PM|
te BRB ruling of must be set down on the table is referring to people trying to lift the model up to an infinite height in order to fire through what would otherwise impede LOS.
IE: I put one of my ravagers behind a wall but "move it up" in order to see over the wall.
The rule is meaning that the BASE has to be on the table. get it now?
|05-12-11 05:37 PM|
Originally Posted by shampawnya View Post
|05-12-11 05:34 PM|
Skimmers and flying bases
Okay here's an interesting one... For models like Valkaries and Stormravens that have large flying bases... Are they suppose to remain on their bases or are you suppose to put the model itself on the table with no base... The BRB says (p71) The skimmer must be set down on the table and left in place at the end of it's move - it cannot be left hovering in midair... Is this on the base or no base...
Obviously if it was left on it's base it's very hard to keep these suckers in cover... But at the same time the BRB as says that embarking units measure 2" from the base...
Hopefully you guys see my confusion and can help. Thanks in advance!