I am thinking that list should also include fighters that are on fire. These burning, screaming fellows are unlikely to be reassuring.Note when testing to escape pinning, Juves, fighters
who are down, and fighters whose nerve is broken do
not count. Rather than reassuring the fighter, the
proximity of these unreliable comrades will only
encourage him to keep his head down!
I'm inclined to agree. Fellow pinned fighters do help - I imagine two pinned guys looking at each other, nodding "ready" and then jumping up together*, but someone who is flopping about on fire isn't going to do much for your confidence!I am thinking that list should also include fighters that are on fire. These burning, screaming fellows are unlikely to be reassuring.
We went with having a leadership test to charge; the rationale was that even if someone is down they can still cause fear (there's no condition on fear that makes it stop working if the model is down), and in story terms someone who has a killer reputation or horrific scars can still make people wary - what if they're faking?Quick question on charging from a game with @Ardavion during TribeMeet:
If someone causes Fear, but is Down, can a fighter freely charge them to take them out since they're down, or do they still need to pass a leadership test? I can't remember what we decided to do at the time, I think we went with they needed to roll a leadership test anyway. Perhaps @Ardavion can remember.
That is definitely a rule in NCE, and adds to the argument that they should also not be feared.i need to find it, but didn’t the ORB book say (in target selection) that Downed targets aren’t a threat, and can be ignored to pick active targets that are more threatening? (not verbatim in any way)
Hangers on can be used as gangers. Its more about people being able to use their minis at all than being able to use their minis as the same thing as in N17.Don't suppose that will include hangers on and brutes?