, I believe it's undefined. There might be an FAQ
saying to use the lowest bracket, but even if there's not, that seems the most sensible solution.
true i believe it is undefined, but Rules as interpreted, why would one suddenly not use the lowest bracket? Nothing else makes sense.
I dont know if there is an FAQ
about it though, so i was hoping someone smart knew about whether there was or werent to put me in my place or tell me what i say is correct. Most characters dont bracket, so this rule was probably not made for those characters in mind. Sure they're meant to be used on them, but again, its not a problem most of the time. But it becomes a problem on things like Ghaz.
The fact that people say: Well, it doesnt state it has to be the lowest bracket" is a weird excuse. Of course its meant to be the lowest bracket (Unless FAQ
) because if we're meant to say you can do all the things it DOESNT state you cant do? Then there are a ton of effy stratagems that doesnt specifically exclude things in their wording.
Its the whole Burna bomma dropping 2 bombs in one turn all over. that ability also doesnt state you CANT drop two bombs, it just states you can drop one bomb. When people start looking at the things it doesnt exclude rather than what it just blatantly says, the game starts becoming the wild west. And i was wrong at that post about dropping two burna bombs and im completely fine with being wrong on that part.
A unit is at its lowest bracket, the most sensible thing would be to attack with the lowest bracket (again, unless theres an FAQ