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- Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:34 am
- Forum: DFC Rules
- Topic: Erupting Battlefront - Backwards Scoring?
- Replies: 3
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So the core scenario erupting battlefront never made much sense to me. I'm kind of assuming there is a typo somewhere. It states that player 1 wants to destroy sectors on their own side of the board and capture/hold the ones of the enemies side. Vice versa for player 2. Is this really the correct in...
- Fri Jun 28, 2019 8:21 pm
- Forum: DZC Rules
- Topic: Area Weapons Fire at Units on Walls
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1590
The area weapon rules are a little confusing in terms of when you lose the template. It seems that firing at a building you lose the template. Makes sense, but then firing at a unit of the walls means you can still use the template...but the guys on the walls are only representational and not "actua...
It can even enter a second transport (that has activated as part of the battlegroup), after which the second transport can move and disembard the squad for free into another building. Seems a bit to much..., but should be legal according to the rules... Provided the second aerial transport was land...
This rule does seem really quite out there.... Infantry like immortals and praetorians suddenly being able to threaten vehicles by just pumping them full of lead does seem a little....odd. I would be interested to hear from the designers if this was intentional or oversight. If the latter i would ex...
Due to the nature of how allocating shots works on the squad level I would assume that any shots allocated to the same target are able to focus together. This is never explicitly stated but it does make sense and doesn't break any rules per se. Following this school of logic it does mean a whole squ...
- Thu Jun 27, 2019 7:34 pm
- Forum: DZC Rules
- Topic: Aerial Transport and Embarking
- Replies: 8
- Views: 4111
Answer to OP + observations 1) The combination of rules seems to be aimed at limiting leap frog tactics with vehicles without some relatively risky transport parking. It is true that aerial transports cannot land and freely embark vehicles up due to the 2" landing zone. The rule stating you can emba...