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Re: (TFT) Moving onto other figures
I don't think I'd ever even seen a copy of Melee with the 1 in 6 rule.
Seems inferior to using DX except for players who care more about saving
themselves the effort of rolling more dice ...
We too did one roll per body, but not, IIRC, when jumping completely over
a hex - only to stand on it or tromp through it.
Also, hexes with bodies would no doubt count as broken ground, good for a
-2 DX penalty for people trying to stand and fight from there with
(non-ranged) hand weapons.
> I've always used the Advanced Melee rules as the definitive book when it
> comes to rules questions. Look at page 5 under Actions During Movement -
> Jumping, etc. It states when you jump over a prone figure you have
> expended 3 hexes of your MA in the jump. "It also requires a 3-die roll
> against adjDX". When you enter a body hex by moving you must STOP (this
> also requires a 3-die roll against adjDX to keep from falling). You can
> not continue to move afterwards.
> As for piling up the bodies in a hex my group has operated under the
> house rule that you must roll a number of saving rolls equal to the
> number of bodies in the hex, regardless if you are jumping them or
> standing on them.
> Hope that helps,
> --David O. Miller
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