We’re just a few months away from the release of the first new vehicles since Legion’s launch, which means now is as good a time as ever to talk about a rule that trips a lot of people up: displacement, or the act of a vehicle running over some poor, poor troopers.
So what exactly happens when some menial troopers are in the way of your towering AT-ST or, for whatever reason you decided to fly it, your Airspeeder? Can they be in the way of your Airspeeder in the first place?
Let’s take a look.
Who is Involved in Displacement?
Only three types of units will be involved in displacement, and only in two specific cases:
Ground Vehicles moving through or into Trooper Units
Repulsor Vehicles ending a compulsory move on Trooper Units
In case you aren’t intimately aware with Legion’s vehicle reference language, here are those vehicles disambiguated:
- Ground Vehicles
- AT-ST (Imperial)
- AT-RT (Rebel)
- Occupier Combat Assault Tank* (Imperial)
- Repulsor Vehicles
- 74-Z Speeder Bikes (Imperial)
- T-47 Airspeeder (Rebel)
- X-34 Landspeeder* (Rebel)
Continue reading after the jump: https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2019/03/12/not-how-the-force-works-displacement/