Double Time

jshultis

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A unit who declares Double Time at the beginning of the MPh is marked with a CX marker.

At the beginning of whose MPh is that marker removed, the next MPh (which would be the oponents MPh) or the CX marked unit's next MPh (which would occur in the next game turn)?

Thanks for the clarification,
Jesse
 

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jshultis said:
At the beginning of whose MPh is that marker removed, the next MPh (which would be the oponents MPh) or the CX marked unit's next MPh (which would occur in the next game turn)?
The second choice. It keeps the CX marker until the start of it's own next MPh. Thus if it prep fires in its next turn, it will still be affected by the +1 modifier for being CX.

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pryoung said:
The second choice. It keeps the CX marker until the start of it's own next MPh. Thus if it prep fires in its next turn, it will still be affected by the +1 modifier for being CX.
That's also why opportunity firing a CX unit can sometimes be a good idea... it loses it's CX counter before firing, since the MPh comes in between.
 
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