At the start of the Charge Phase, each of your units with at least one model with Frenzy that could declare a Charge against an enemy unit within the unit’s Advance Rate +7″ must take a Discipline Test , called a Frenzy Test. If the test is failed, the whole unit must declare a Charge this Player Turn if possible.

Frenzy Tests and Restrain Pursuit Tests taken by units with at least one model with Frenzy are subject to Maximised Roll .

If there are different Advance Rates available in the unit, the Advance Rate used for the Frenzy Test and for the Charge Range is determined as follows:

• If a model has more than one Advance Rate (e.g. due to Fly ), the model must use the Advance Rate that has the highest chance of completing the Charge.

• If a unit contains models with different Advance Rates, the unit must use the highest Advance Rate that all models in the unit can use (which will usually be the lowest Advance Rate in the unit).

21.A.a.12 Frenzy

At the start of the Charge Phase, each of your units with at least one model with Frenzy that could declare a Charge against an enemy unit within the unit’s Advance Rate +7″ must take a Discipline Test , called a Frenzy Test. If the test is failed, the whole unit must declare a Charge this Player Turn if possible.

Frenzy Tests and Restrain Pursuit Tests taken by units with at least one model with Frenzy are subject to Maximised Roll .

If there are different Advance Rates available in the unit, the Advance Rate used for the Frenzy Test and for the Charge Range is determined as follows:

• If a model has more than one Advance Rate (e.g. due to Fly ), the model must use the Advance Rate that has the highest chance of completing the Charge.

• If a unit contains models with different Advance Rates, the unit must use the highest Advance Rate that all models in the unit can use (which will usually be the lowest Advance Rate in the unit).

For example, a model with Advance Rate 2″ and Fly (8″, 16″) must use the Advance Rate from Fly. And if a Character in a Combined Unit has Advance Rate 4″ while the R&F models have 6″, the Combined Unit must use Advance Rate 4″. Note that when a unit is forced to declare a Charge due to a failed Frenzy Test, it is not forced to Charge the enemy unit that triggered the Frenzy Test.

At the start of the Charge Phase, each of your units with at least one model with Frenzy that could declare a Charge against an enemy unit within the unit’s Advance Rate +7″ must take a Discipline Test , called a Frenzy Test. If the test is failed, the whole unit must declare a Charge this Player Turn if possible.

Frenzy Tests and Restrain Pursuit Tests taken by units with at least one model with Frenzy are subject to Maximised Roll .

If there are different Advance Rates available in the unit, the Advance Rate used for the Frenzy Test and for the Charge Range is determined as follows:

• If a model has more than one Advance Rate (e.g. due to Fly ), the model must use the Advance Rate that has the highest chance of completing the Charge.

• If a unit contains models with different Advance Rates, the unit must use the highest Advance Rate that all models in the unit can use (which will usually be the lowest Advance Rate in the unit).

For example, a model with Advance Rate 2″ and Fly (8″, 16″) must use the Advance Rate from Fly. And if a Character in a Combined Unit has Advance Rate 4″ while the R&F models have 6″, the Combined Unit must use Advance Rate 4″. Note that when a unit is forced to declare a Charge due to a failed Frenzy Test, it is not forced to Charge the enemy unit that triggered the Frenzy Test.

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