Hi. Had a situation today, which I have not encountered yet...
Opponents Reaver managed to get itself boxed in, between buildings and 2 already partly damaged Warhounds, with zero shields, lots of structure damage a few crits and reactor in the orange - basically walking dead.
During his movement activation he decided, quite rightly IMHO, to simply take it on the chin and moved in such a way that he managed to collide with both Warhounds at the same time - so legal contact with 2 bases simultaneously. Clearly he was going for a classic suicide by taking himself out and hopefully both Warhounds either through collision damage or a 'hopeful' reactor melt down.
How should this situation be handled? ( My Google-Fu is shocking today unearthing nothing helpful).
1 - Does he take a D6 collision damage against 1 Warhound, then apply results, whilst that Warhound also takes collision damage and applies damage... and hopes for a reactor meltdown to take out the remaining Warhound? - End of activation.
2 - As it's a simultaneous collision should all 3 roll collision damage together then apply results simultaneously? - End of activation.
2.5 - As point 1, but repeated twice until end of activation to account for colliding with both Warhounds?
3 - As the Reaver is colliding with 2 separate Titans, should the Reaver take 2 separate rolls of collision damage, applying damage to everything involved? - End of activation.
There was no charge order, just operating under a normal movement activation.
Any light shed would be appreciated!