- Nov 13, 2016
- Reaction score
Can a Beserker unit declare Wall Advantage? It is not in Good Order; therefore, I think not. Tim
Per B9.32 the unit need only be armed and unbroken, and if there is anything a berserker is, it is unbroken.Can a Beserker unit declare Wall Advantage? It is not in Good Order; therefore, I think not.
I am assuming we are talking about before the unit went berserk. Berserk units can't use assault movement. If the unit went berserk while assault moving, it would no longer be assault moving and could continue its MPh with a charge with its remaining (eight MF minus MF spent) MF.This incident happened after I left on the bus, during the movement phase. I am not sure if the Rumanian 137 was using assault movement or not. (I have put in a query to Steve. Don would not remember such a detail.) If the unit assault moved, does this action use all of the units movement allowance? If the unit was using regular movement, then it's movement would continue. Likely toward an immobilized Soviet Stuart tank. Tim
Assuming that "forward MG" means BMG and/or CMG - IIRC, they must change CA to included the hexside the Berserker enters across if they are to be used vs the Berserker as Defensive First Fire.1. Does the direction and path affect the ability of the forward MG on the Stuart to fire at the same hex Berserker?
No, one never gets TEM from an enemy AFV (unless abandoned) and never when the fire is from within the same Location.2. Does the tank TEM affect the fire of the 458 when firing within the hex? Don says no to both questions.