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|CC ATTACK||SHORT SKILL / ARO|
- Be using a Melee Weapon, a Skill, or piece of Equipment that allows for a CC Attack.
- Be in Silhouette contact with an enemy Model or Target.
- Allows use of the CC Attribute to fight in Close Combat (CC).
- By declaring a CC Attack, Troopers may only use those Weapons with the CC Trait.
- If a Trooper has several targets and a Burst value that is higher than 1, the player must clarify how they are dividing the Burst when declaring the CC Attack.
- In the Resolution step, check which MODs to apply, and make the CC Attack Rolls using the corresponding Attribute.
- For each success obtained in CC Attack Rolls, the target must perform a Saving Roll (See Damage).
- Coup de Grâce: If the Enemy Target is in Unconscious or Shasvastii-Embryo State when declaring the CC Attack, then, without needing to perform a roll, the target automatically goes from Unconscious to Dead State without the possibility of making a Saving Roll. (See FAQs & Errata.)
FAQs & Errata
Q: How do Dogged and No Wound Incapacitation interact with Coup de Grâce, and with Troopers that have STR instead of Wounds?
A: An Unconscious Trooper that has activated the Dogged or No Wound Incapacitation Special Skills cannot be the target of a Coup de Grâce, the standard CC Attack Rolls must be made. If the Trooper has STR instead of Wounds, losing a further point of their STR Attribute will have the same effect as losing a further point of their Wounds Attribute - they enter the Dead State.Related Pages: CC Attack, Dogged, No Wound Incapacitation