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Chickenlips
11-22-2011, 10:20 PM
when a model is thrown, the example (pg 54 prime II hardcover) states " measure the distance from the thrown model ". Where are you measuring from on the thrown model? The side of the base closest to the attacking (throwing) model or the far side of the base away from the attacking model?

FearLord
11-23-2011, 12:10 AM
when a model is thrown, the example (pg 54 prime II hardcover) states " measure the distance from the thrown model ". Where are you measuring from on the thrown model? The side of the base closest to the attacking (throwing) model or the far side of the base away from the attacking model?

Measure the same way you would measure movement - from the moving edge (although, if you measure from the same point to the same point, it shouldn't actually matter...)

Caldazar
11-24-2011, 03:59 PM
The question is in regards to a double hand throw, does the throwing model measure his range(to determine if an intended target is in range to throw at) from his models edge or the model he intends to throws edge.

Mustakrakish
11-24-2011, 08:11 PM
Pg 54, being thrown. It has the information there and in the example. double hand throw refers to "being thrown."

tutenkharnage
11-24-2011, 08:17 PM
Page 10 of the mini-rulebook states:

Measuring Distances: When measuring the distance from a model, measure from the edge of the model's base.

It's my understanding that it's more or less analogous to an AOE attack, treating the thrown model as the attacker and the landing point as the AOE. If that makes sense.

Valander
11-25-2011, 02:13 PM
Throw and two handed throws both measure from the thrown model, not the attacking model. You measure from the edge of the base.