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Quick question about Challenges.

Discussion in 'Laws of the Night' started by Adam_Barrow, Oct 30, 2015.

  1. Adam_Barrow

    Adam_Barrow Sleepless Knight True Blood

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    If a character in the second rank has a rule that says they must issue Challenges (Queek Headtaker, for example), does their location in the second rank have any effect? Can a character issue a Challenge from the second rank?

    Thanks!
     
  2. owain_b

    owain_b Ghoul

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    I believe it says that you put the models in the challenge in base to base contact if possible, so I think you'd have to move the character from the 2nd rank into the 1st rank displacing another model.
     
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    Adam_Barrow Sleepless Knight True Blood

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    I've got the move models bit, I think. What I'm wondering is if he can issue a Challenge in the first place. Though I'm nearly sure he can. I'd look myself, but I'm stuck at work.
     
  4. Alabaster427

    Alabaster427 Minister of Thriftiness True Blood

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    Any character or champion in the unit can issue or accept a challenge regardless of their position in the unit. I think the rulebook even describes it as the character doing so is pushing everyone out of the way like a boss to fight the other army's champion(s).
     
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  5. Adam_Barrow

    Adam_Barrow Sleepless Knight True Blood

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    Brilliant. Saved me some digging. Thanks.
     

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