Basically, when a GS player has a number of GS's lined up one behind the other ready to charge a SM on overwatch, does he have to move the first GS in line completly until he dies or closes with the SM and eats him before the GS player can move the next GS in line? or can the others follow along as long as you keep track of APs spent? To illustrate it is now the GS player's turn:

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Soooo...what should or can he do?

Version1

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GS#1 moves to tile C; SM misses. GS moves to tile D; SM misses. GS moves to tile E; SM kills him. Does the GS player have to move GS#1 entirely before he can move GS#2? If yes, then GS#2 can be shot at moving to tiles, C, D and E.

Or can he do Version 2?

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GS#1 moves to tile C and GSs#2,3,4,and 5 move up one AP (thus the conga line analogy); SM misses. GS#1 moves to tile D and GSs#2,3,4,and 5 move up one AP again ; SM misses. GS#1 moves to tile E and GSs#2,3,4,and 5 move up one AP again; this time SM kills GS#1. Now GS#2 having been ******* to elbow with GS#1 is already at tile C.

Main difference is that in version 1, each GS gets shot at three times before he gets to tile E . Whereas, in version 2, only GS#1 gets shot at 3 times. The following GSs have the benefit of #1 as cover.

In an even longer hallway this makes a BIG difference when the SM misses the first 4 or in some cases 5 shots.

I've been playing using Version 2.

Comments appreciated.

Smitty
Lorton, VA USA