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I haven't included whether these specials have damage rolls or modify the damage roll, these are simply for how to place the miniatures.  If you don't see the corresponding attack or defence here, look for the offensive or defensive version.


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Another helpful diagram explaining the difference between something that says Within compared to Completely Within.


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My attempt to visually explain Leap...  There are other issues with it but I'm not sure how to explain that with pictures.


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Good work, mate :)

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Nice. Learnt somerhingv about leap today.

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Can you tell me please, when do you know if it's within or completely within ? I did check the rulebook and didn't noticed anything. 

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It says, look at the Zephyr Guard unique effect text.  Leap is a special case of 'Master T said so'.


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Well ok ! Though I played all the Zephyr wrong and that Naigubu was slow as hell. I'll have to be carefull on my friends Master Po ! Thanks for the quick answer

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Leap. Would a leaping model, without elusive, deduct 2.5 then for jumping directley ahead over a medium sized opponent. 1 for ZOC plus 1.5 for height....?

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Leap. Would a leaping model, without elusive, deduct 2.5 then for jumping directley ahead over a medium sized opponent. 1 for ZOC plus 1.5 for height....?

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Double post...sorry

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Er... please read the text of leap for the size of terrain and models the model with Leap can ignore.  I think it's twice the height of the Leaping model (so.. 3" for Medium).


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Sorry for height read width. Simply put, does ZOC have any effect when one model leaps an enemy with a ZOC. You move directley toward the enemy and jump over/away from them before btb, then substact their base size from your move distance....?

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