To clarify what I mean with theoretical distances. There are cases where you have to place a unit on an exact spot, which is only possible to do theoretically and not practially. Is there a general consensus whether this is allowed or not?

To further clarify what I mean, I have provided two examples. See below.

Example 1

On a scenario with 18 inches distances between the players starting territory, my opponent has said that she has placed her unit on the edge towards me. I'd like to cast a spell on that unit with a 18 inch range in my upcoming hero phase, so I say that I place my spell casting unit on my edge and exactly opposite of her unit, since that is the only spot where I could reach her unit with my spell caster.

Example 2

In some scenarios there are standard objectives 12 inch from the board edge, which make the area of capturing it being 6 inch from the board edge. Some units can be set up from reserve 6 inch from the board edge. There is only one exact position where a model from this unit has to be placed to be capturing the objective.

These are just two examples of the general question which is whether you are allowed to say that you are placing a unit on an exact position both on the horizontal and vertical axis, even though this is practically impossible.

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## Sajbiot

To clarify what I mean with theoretical distances. There are cases where you have to place a unit on an exact spot, which is only possible to do theoretically and not practially. Is there a general consensus whether this is allowed or not?

To further clarify what I mean, I have provided two examples. See below.

Example 1On a scenario with 18 inches distances between the players starting territory, my opponent has said that she has placed her unit on the edge towards me. I'd like to cast a spell on that unit with a 18 inch range in my upcoming hero phase, so I say that I place my spell casting unit on my edge and exactly opposite of her unit, since that is the only spot where I could reach her unit with my spell caster.

Example 2In some scenarios there are standard objectives 12 inch from the board edge, which make the area of capturing it being 6 inch from the board edge. Some units can be set up from reserve 6 inch from the board edge. There is only one exact position where a model from this unit has to be placed to be capturing the objective.

These are just two examples of the general question which is whether you are allowed to say that you are placing a unit on an exact position both on the horizontal and vertical axis, even though this is practically impossible.

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