Hai-pe-neki

01-11-2015, 01:23 AM

So, i come here seeking an answer that i think i already know and my friends agree with me. But they reported that this had been ruled strangely on them at some important tourneys outside of italy, so i wanted to ask to have a reference for the future.

Ok, we have an A player model, with reach.

B player has 3 models, B1,B2,B3. Reach or not is pointless. Let's assume all models have the same base size.

A is in btb with B1 and B2 is engaged by A and partially obscured by B1.

http://i58.tinypic.com/33vyalk.jpg

B3 moves to completely cut the los from A to B2, does B2 takes a free strike? I think the answer is obviously NO, because it's not leaving A's melee range, is something else that is cutting it away.

Subsequent question, now B2 is unengaged (so it can make ranged attacks) and it's free to go away without risk free strikes, right?

Obviously this doesn't happens if A has still Los on B2 (like if B1 had been hit by Taryn's Shadow fire).

Thanks to all in advance!

Ok, we have an A player model, with reach.

B player has 3 models, B1,B2,B3. Reach or not is pointless. Let's assume all models have the same base size.

A is in btb with B1 and B2 is engaged by A and partially obscured by B1.

http://i58.tinypic.com/33vyalk.jpg

B3 moves to completely cut the los from A to B2, does B2 takes a free strike? I think the answer is obviously NO, because it's not leaving A's melee range, is something else that is cutting it away.

Subsequent question, now B2 is unengaged (so it can make ranged attacks) and it's free to go away without risk free strikes, right?

Obviously this doesn't happens if A has still Los on B2 (like if B1 had been hit by Taryn's Shadow fire).

Thanks to all in advance!