Q: Does Momentum Generated carry on to the next turn?
A: No, Momentum resets at the Start of the next turn. The only way to carry Momentum over is to reserve one for Escalations.
Q: When figures in an Element lose cohesion the Element must Regroup. Does this have priority over other Actions? And does the entire Element have to participate in the Regroup or just the lost sheep?
A: With Cohesion, the Element should spend 1 momentum to regroup. They don't have to and can perform other Actions, but the models that are out of cohesion cannot be included in that Action and every turn they are out of cohesion, the stress of the Element is raised by 1. So, it isn't given special priority, but if they don't regroup first, it may cause problems!
Q: If I am taking a manoeuvre action and I spend an extra momentum to get a 9" movement. Then I spend another momentum to shoot and then decide to spend another momentum to move again. Is that second move at 3" or does it go back up to 5"?
A: It goes back up to your full movement. It only decreases when multiple momentum is spent on a single Manoeuvre Action
Q: What does a Sergeant do?
A: Sergeants give 1 automatic success to Rally Actions.
Q: When measuring distances for Engagements, do I use the distance to the closest model or furthest away, the rules conflict on this.
A: If the Target Element contains visible models that are able to be targeted and are in two different ranges (Engagement or Extreme for example), use the furthest range for the weapon used.
Q: Do friendly Elements and models block Line of Sight?
A: Yes, they do.
Q: When counting Stress, Some things say to ”increase the elements stress” while others speak of ”add a point of stress” Are these the same thing or do one increase the actual elements written stress value while the other is the number of dice you roll in a stress test
A: These are the same, just add one to the stress level. Some things, such as CBRN may permanently increase the base stress.
Q: Confused by the section on Stress Tests. Under engagement it says to roll dice equal to accurate shots and number killed, but next section says for any stress test roll dice for every figure plus mods? confusion is which is correct? first one would suggest fire team of 5 soldier with 3 accurate hits and 1 dead equals 4 stress dice to roll, but other section implies that 9 stress dice would be rolled?
A: After an Engagement, you just roll one dice for each Accurate Shot and one dice for each Lethality. In the example given, it would be 4 dice rolled.