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AngraX
12-08-2010, 05:53 PM
I don't understand what Movement or Normal Movement mean in their rules. Is it equivalent to +2 speed? Or does it mean they only benefit if advance (so no bonus to run or charge)?

TheUnknownMercenary
12-08-2010, 06:10 PM
You are asking about the +2 movement from Resonance. Since the +2 movement is only for its activation, that means it only gains the +2 movement for it's normal movement, which is what the tactical tip states. Normal Movement is the movement a model makes during the movement portion of its activation.
The +2 to movement will apply to advancing, running and charging.

Mod_Redphantasm
12-08-2010, 06:11 PM
Normal movement is during your activation, Movement covers all advances by the model in question.

patisarat
12-08-2010, 06:12 PM
As written: When it begins its activation in the command range of a friendly Ancestral Guardian model, this model gains +2˝ movement this activation.

They receive this movement bonus whether they advance, run, or charge.

However, since it is a bonus to "movement" and not a bonus to "SPD," they only receive the bonus during their normal movement (that is, during their activation). They don't get +2" on their Vengeance move, for example, or on any other out-of-activation move they perform.

Note also that the bonus is for each model rather than the unit as a whole. It is possible only some of the members of the unit receive the bonus (depending on how far they are from the AG when they activate).

(EDIT: Damn you ninjas are fast!)

AngraX
12-09-2010, 03:45 AM
Thanks guys.