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Guys help us!
We are playing a big conjested game. My mate want to know if he can place his flyer stand on a wrecked Lehman Russ tank hull as there is where else to place the model. His argument is that the BRB says wrecked vehicles are treated as difficult and dangerous terrain.
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I say yes. I've been able to drive Rhinos over the hulls of wrecked Rhinos in games before, leading to Rhinos stacked two high on the battlefield...
 

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flyer bases are basically ignored for all purposes other than measuring, it doesnt matter where you put the base.
and yes a rhino could go over it, but it would take dangerous tests, but in our group we dont allow it unless the tank has a dozer blade, or if the vehicle has exploded(just for common sense)
 

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yes a rhino could go over it, but it would take dangerous tests, but in our group we dont allow it unless the tank has a dozer blade, or if the vehicle has exploded(just for common sense)
If the vehicle explodes you're supposed to remove it from play, as per the Vehicle Damage Chart.

RAW since a Wrecked vehicle counts as Difficult/Dangerous Terrain and a vehicle that has exploded shouldn't be there any more (is replaced by area terrain) there's no issue whatsoever with you moving through/on top of it. If you stop on top you aren't counted as being on a different level though, that is only with Ruins.
 

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Yep a wreck is terrain so no problem to place the flyer. Don't forget the Wobbly Model allowance too.
 

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Ok thanks guys, much appreciated :)
 
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