Re: [Epic] Infiltrators & Reserve Speed
Too keep it short:
I've been trained to do forward spotting.
In the case of a war breaking out our unit
is supposed to deploy SEVERAL DAYS before
the others so that we can get to stategic
points without leaving trace.
On Mon, 7 Sep 1998, Trevor Morley wrote:
> I think Andrew has a point. Could the reserve speed in some way reflect the
> infiltraters revealing themselves similar to a man who sits in a foxhole but
> does not reveal himself until the time is right. If this idea is accepted
> maybe infiltraters could 'materialize' and not be succeptible to the 10 cm
> snap shot rule.
> Just a thought....
> Trevor Morley
> -----Original Message-----
> From: J Andrew Evans <J_Andrew_Evans_at_...>
> To: INTERNET:space-marine_at_... <space-marine@...>
> Date: September 6, 1998 2:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [Epic] Infiltrators & Reserve Speed
> >Message text written by INTERNET:space-marine_at_...
> >Their special movement ability, a one-time action, representing their
> >abililty to sneak onto the battlefield ahead of their detachment, does not
> >change their movement rate ... ergo it does not change their reserve speed.
> >That's a nice clear answer and I'm quite happy to accept it. However the
> >argument in favour of counting it as 40cm is because Reserve speed is about
> >the speed of deployment - the speed of getting to the battle - not just the
> >speed of everyday movement once in the battle. Thus it is surely arguable
> >that infiltrators should count the higher speed as their "entry speed" as
> >No? yes?
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