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Unloading Trucks and Opp Fire
#21
(09-06-2012, 05:32 AM)campsawyer Wrote: Vince you command of the English language always amazes me Wink

I learnt it all from you over Skype !! Angel
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#22
Anyway fellas,

The reason I posed this teaser was to see whether people here expended MP's a la ASL, ie: bit by bit per each part of the move within a hex or whether they expended them in one go. ie - entering the loaded truck and disembarking with an immediate cost of 3MP's rather than 2MP's than 1MP.

I too believe in firing as the unit ENTERS the hex (ie - loaded truck) rather than the mass call of MP's per hex.

Hope this makes sense as to the differences I'm alluding to.

Nice to see that I think we are all on the same page for this one.
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#23
(09-06-2012, 07:19 AM)vince hughes Wrote:
(09-06-2012, 05:32 AM)campsawyer Wrote: Vince you command of the English language always amazes me Wink

I learnt it all from you over Skype !! Angel

I just taught you to roll your r's like a good New Englander. We'll work on changing them to ah's later. Big Grin
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#24
As someone who lived in western Massachusetts for 18 years I believe that I am absolutely in my rights in saying "What's an 'r'?"
No "minor" country left behind...
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#25
A rules thread appears where everyone agrees? Is this The Langoliers? Did I fly through a dimensional vortex somewhere over the Pacific? Huh
...came for the cardboard, stayed for the camaraderie...
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#26
(09-06-2012, 08:51 AM)Shad Wrote: A rules thread appears where everyone agrees? Is this The Langoliers? Did I fly through a dimensional vortex somewhere over the Pacific? Huh

::Twilight Zone theme music::

Or, for a Star Trek quote:

"Well this is an Enterprise first! Dr. McKoy, Mr. Spock, and Engineer Scott find themselves in complete agreement. Can I stand the strain!?"
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#27
Ha...I was wondering this question today (about a T-34 blowing the crap out of an APC before it could unload it's precious cargo and taking a platoon and leader with it) and see that I already weighed in on this thread. One interesting thing (I guess the was a 3rd-4th change) is Vince's comment in post #3 that units can't be fired on while unloading and not moving. 4th Edition makes it clear that they can be fired upon with opp fire if it's voluntarily unloading.
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