Ok, this isn't a "nice" maneuver: Player Blue has a regiment and a monster fighting against Player Red's regiment. The monster is in corner-to-corner contact with the enemy on the left side of the combat , and after a round of combat elects to make a combat reform by moving into corner-to-corner contact with a different enemy model on the right side of the combat. Maybe he wants to getinto contact with that model, or he wants to avoid an approaching Red unit poised to join the combat.
It seems legitimate:
- The monster is a unit in its own right and is entitled to make combat reforms.
- We can assume the is not moved more than twice it's Movement: Let's say this is a monster with Movement 4 or better.
- Reforming does not leave any enemy models dropping out of contact.
- The reforming model is placed into contact with an enemy in the same combat, and on the same side (front) of the enemy unit.