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Coherency problems


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Guys I have a question about coherency. I know people say if I have a unit with base size 25mm i can deploy more then 5 models in line. But rules says we have to put models 1/2 inches far in orizzontal and vertical way. There is another reason i can deploy that models like that?

In a same way models with 25 mm ( zombies). Immagine  I deploy them in 2 line if 10 models. People say i can attack with both line even with 1" weapon. But if we see rules we cant deploy zombies models less then 1/2 " each others. 

What is the correct approach?

I m sorry for bad english i hope you understood the question:)

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2 hours ago, Tizianolol said:

Guys I have a question about coherency. I know people say if I have a unit with base size 25mm i can deploy more then 5 models in line. But rules says we have to put models 1/2 inches far in orizzontal and vertical way. There is another reason i can deploy that models like that?

In a same way models with 25 mm ( zombies). Immagine  I deploy them in 2 line if 10 models. People say i can attack with both line even with 1" weapon. But if we see rules we cant deploy zombies models less then 1/2 " each others. 

What is the correct approach?

I m sorry for bad english i hope you understood the question:)

The rules about coherency (1.3.3) say " A unit with more than 5 models is coherent if each model in the unit is within 1" horizontally and 6" vertically of at least 2 other models in the unit". So you can deploy models on a 25mm base in line as long as they are in base to base contact and they will be 1" horizontally from at least 2 other models. Where are you seeing the 1/2 inches rule?

Similarly for attacking with 1" weapons, the second rank would be able to attack as long as the first is in base contact with the enemy.
 

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