Bit of help please guys, we're trying to fully understand the overseer rule. A member of our gaming group has overseer on his leader and is placing his renderizer fighter within group activation range of his leader. He is then group activating the renderizer when he activates the leader. Then essentially the renderizer has 2 movements within the same round. We've started to question if this is legal for 2 reasons, 1. If he activates the renderizer fighter using overseer first, when it comes to the renderizers 2nd move he is now out of group activation range. Can he still be counted as group activated this round and there fore move in the same round using his own group activation or does he now have to wait to activate himself in a following round? 2. If the renderizer activates first very often he will end up outside of overseer range at the end of his first action and so now cannot legally be activated. So how is everyone else playing this can overseer be used to give 1 model 2 actions in the same round or does it (generally) end up being split of 2 rounds?