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Core game - No Man's Land shelling procedure

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2 years 1 week ago - 2 years 1 week ago #580 by col_klink
col_klink created the topic: Core game - No Man's Land shelling procedure
Hi,
the rules seems to be clear for me P.9 but some videos on youtube make me doubt.

When a rolling d6 makes the shell out of the battlefield :

For some people, this shell is missed and we had to use a new die to complete the same procedure with a new row.
For other people, they continue to count with this die on the following row.

For me, the first option is correct....

Thank you for your help.
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2 years 1 week ago #582 by Mark McG
Mark McG replied the topic: Core game - No Man's Land shelling procedure
I also use the first option.

The rule reads
"Starting with the row closest to enemy, one targeting die is rolled. Counting each hex, going left to right, place a crater on the hex of the number rolled. Roll the die again. Starting with the next hex in the row, count the hexes and place a crater on the hex of the number rolled. Repeat this procedure until the number rolled takes the count off the right side of the battlefield. Working toward the starting player, complete the same procedure for all rows indicated as No-Man’s-Land."

The last sentence leads me to think the process is row by row. The net effect I think is indifferent.

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2 years 1 week ago #583 by col_klink
col_klink replied the topic: Core game - No Man's Land shelling procedure
Thank you Mark.

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2 years 5 days ago #589 by mk20336
mk20336 replied the topic: Core game - No Man's Land shelling procedure
I also use first rule based on the rulebook. So seems we all three have common understanding here.

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