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May
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
29
awarded  Yearling
Nov
3
comment Look Out Sir save clarifications
It's worth noting that a successful look out sir doesn't mean the wound is "saved", just that someone else takes the wound. Of course, the newly wounded model can try to save the wound with their armour or invulnerable save.
Nov
3
comment Look Out Sir save clarifications
+1 I've always seen it played this way in person and in battle reports. Although it's not explicitly stated in the rules (as is so often the case with this rulebook), "This represents the character ducking back further into the unit, holding a comrade in the line of fire,or being pushed aside by a selfless ally." implies that it is the model taking the wound that makes the roll.
Sep
17
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
8
revised What's the impact of allowing other players to continue while you choose tickets?
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Sep
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
6
comment What's the impact of allowing other players to continue while you choose tickets?
I think it's underhanded to apply one rule to yourself, and another to everyone else. But, yes, it's easily mitigated :)
Sep
5
comment What's the impact of allowing other players to continue while you choose tickets?
However, I think it's only in rare situations where it would actually affect the outcome of the game - say a player has just drawn tickets, and they have almost completed LA->NYC, except for one 2-train route. One of the other players might choose to conservatively block that route in their next turn. This is obviously useful information. Most times that tickets are drawn, you won't have a situation like that.
Sep
5
comment What's the impact of allowing other players to continue while you choose tickets?
If you were going to play the blocking route anyway, it's probably best to wait until the player has selected that ticket- so they end up with the penalty. If you're selecting tickets, I'm not sure there's much disadvantage in allowing play to continue without you, since you can make more informed decisions.
Sep
5
answered What's the impact of allowing other players to continue while you choose tickets?
Aug
16
comment Which Dominion Expansion Should we Buy for Passive Play?
A little off topic, but you might also enjoy race for the galaxy, which is a "race" to build the best space empire, without directly competitive elements (until you get to the third expansion, and even then it's rare).
Aug
15
revised How is the panic card affected by Range?
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Aug
14
revised How is the panic card affected by Range?
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Aug
14
answered How is the panic card affected by Range?
Jun
24
answered How can I prevent players from cheating?
Jun
7
comment Space Marine squads and “Split Fire” rule
I'm not 100% on this (and I can't check the video right now) but maybe they mean combat squadding a 10 man devastator squad? This means you would have two units of 5 marines with 2 heavy weapons- then you could fire at two different targets, but still only take up one spot on the force org chart. I'm fairly sure neither devastator nor tactical squads have split fire.
Apr
22
revised Sea of Blood seems broken, what did we miss?
formatting
Apr
22
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Mar
29
awarded  Yearling