Opportunity fire

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  1. tootsusn

    tootsusn Member

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    if a unit performs opportunity fire, will it still be able to fire when it's formation becomes active later in the turn
     
  2. Aaron Sibley

    Aaron Sibley Member

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    Hi There
    The simple answer is yes.

    The long answer - When your formation activates, the first step in its activation is marker removal. This includes opportunity Fire markers. Therefore being unmarked allows the unit to fire in the formations action phase.

    Thanks
    Aaron
     
  3. tootsusn

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    Thanks Aaron, I think I found the answer, in order for a unit to op Fire it must not have fired in it's last formation activation hence its has no ops complete maker it which then will be placed when op Fire is completed which then be removed at next activation?
     

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