Some abilities like, the necromancer's spell, allow you to pile in and attack twice with units. How does this work???

The way i've been playing it. Is you get two activations from the unit. SO you go with your double pile in and attack unit, and then your opponent piles in and attack, then you can pile in and attack with that last unit again.

Now i suppose this could be wrong as it says you have to pick units that haven't already attacked. So i suppose it could also be that you pile in twice basicly going 6", and then attack twice. Now doing this changes some thing. If your piling in twice you can make your pile in moves in such way that you dont have to go to the original nearest target. So you pile in once maybe moving slightly closer to one model, but alot closer to another, then pile in again going to the other model that you've made much closer???

How do you folks play it??? I assume it's not the way i have been playing it??? It seems now thati really look at it that you do them both at the same time??? Thanks in advance for the clarification

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## mmimzie

Some abilities like, the necromancer's spell, allow you to pile in and attack twice with units. How does this work???

The way i've been playing it. Is you get two activations from the unit. SO you go with your double pile in and attack unit, and then your opponent piles in and attack, then you can pile in and attack with that last unit again.

Now i suppose this could be wrong as it says you have to pick units that haven't already attacked. So i suppose it could also be that you pile in twice basicly going 6", and then attack twice. Now doing this changes some thing. If your piling in twice you can make your pile in moves in such way that you dont have to go to the original nearest target. So you pile in once maybe moving slightly closer to one model, but alot closer to another, then pile in again going to the other model that you've made much closer???

How do you folks play it??? I assume it's not the way i have been playing it??? It seems now thati really look at it that you do them both at the same time??? Thanks in advance for the clarification

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