- Oct 7, 2004
- Reaction score
So the smart player recognizes his best chance for solid DFire is now called Advancing Fire and plans accordingly. If you maneuver strongly, you can also use your Prep Fire to cut off his skulking paths. It takes a lot more work--and is a lot more skillful--than just rolling a 3 on DFire. -- jimFacing PFire is a constant; avoiding DFire reduces the number of Fire Phases a DEFENDER is subjected to. In scenarios that meet the current 'wham, bam, thank you ma'am' milieu, it adds pressures to the ATTACKER. Players would, obviously, accept facing PFire in order to perform DFire of their own. It doesn't create a scenario-long game of hide and seek.