Line of Sight

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  • 4.B Line of Sight


    A model can draw Line of Sight to its target (a point, a model, or a Unit Boundary) if you can extend a straight line
    from its Front Facing directly to its target, without the line:
    • Leaving the model’s Front Arc
    • Being interrupted by Opaque Terrain
    • Being interrupted by the base of a model that has an equal or bigger Height than both the model and its
    target (see “Model Classification ”, page 87 , for more details; Model Rules such as Tall or Skirmisher can affect
    this)

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    4.B Line of Sight
    A model can draw Line of Sight to its target (a point, a model, or a Unit Boundary) if you can extend a straight line
    from its Front Facing directly to its target, without the line:
    • Leaving the model’s Front Arc
    • Being interrupted by Opaque Terrain
    • Being interrupted by the base of a model that has an equal or bigger Height than both the model and its
    target (see “Model Classification ”, page 87 , for more details; Model Rules such as Tall or Skirmisher can affect
    this)

    For the purpose of drawing Line of Sight to or from a point on the Battlefield, that point is considered to be of
    Standard Height.

    When drawing Line of Sight from several models inside a unit, this is done independently for each model. Line of
    Sight cannot be drawn to targets outside the unit’s Front Arc, and models never block Line of Sight to other models
    within the same unit. A unit is considered to have Line of Sight to a target if one or more models in the unit have Line
    of Sight. A model is considered to have Line of Sight to a unit if it can draw Line of Sight to any part of the unit’s Unit
    Boundary.

    ADDED VIA ERRATA V9:
    Line of Sight cannot be drawn to targets if the endpoint would be outside the unit’s Front Arc, and models never block Line of Sight to or from other models within the same unit.(...) A model is considered to have Line of Sight to a unit if it can draw Line of Sight to any model inside that unit or to any part of the unit’s Unit Boundary.

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