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Made in us
Regular Dakkanaut





A question about the Adeptus Custodes' Ever Vigilant tactic:

The tactic reads:

"Use this Tactic at the end of the Movement phase
when an opponent sets up a model within 12" of a
model from your kill team that is not shaken. Your
model can immediately shoot at the enemy model
as if it were the Shooting phase, but you must
subtract 1 from the resulting hit rolls."


When you say "set up a model" this includes setting down a model after it has made a Normal Move, Fell Back, Retreated, or has made an Advance right? Or does this mean this only works for deepstriking models?



   
Made in ie
Furious Raptor




Ireland

I'd say deep striking models/reinforcements/etc only.

No way you could argue that ending a regular movement is a form of "setting up" a model.

   
Made in fi
Purposeful Hammerhead Pilot






That sounds about right. Also fits the mental image implied by the tactic's name IMO (reacting to unanticipated enemy deployments)
   
Made in us
Regular Dakkanaut





Thanks for confirming guys! Exalted your replies. ^_^
   
 
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