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With their supportive fire rule tau models can fire at anyone who is charging a model within 3 inches of them like they're overwatching. If say a scout marine charges 2 of them in a multi charge because they're next to each other can they support fire for each other?

Realistically speaking should drones be allowed to get hatred and frenzy?

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The rules say a unit being charged can fire Overwatch only once per turn. Unless there's something different in the supportive fire rule, I don't see that a unit being charged can both fire overwatch and provide supportive fire for another unit also because of that restriction. Is there a statement in the supportive fire rule limiting the supportive fire to once per assault phase or something similar?
   
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One would be able to fire, however the other would not. Bythe time the second pathfinder gets charged, the first is already locked in close combat.

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