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Okay my friends and I were wondeirng when destroying block terrain or items does it have to be a close combat action or can it be ranged?
Also say Black Panter was hiding on a hindeirng terrain? IF we can destory objects with ranged combat can we shoot the item?
We'll prolly won't use it much but it's a question.
Destroying an object token leaves a square of hindering terrain, so BP would still be all Stealthy.
To destry a wall section, you have to attack it and be able to do 3 clicks of damage. It may be either a ranged attack or close combat attack.
You can use a ranged action to blow a wall or item as long as you can do a 3 damage,RCE,peplex enhancement all work.As far as targeting an object a stealthed fig is on I have heard conflicting opinions so I would also like to know.
I didnt think that you could destroy hindering terrain. The only way I know to get rid of objects is to use them. A good way to get rid of people hiding in hindering terrain is to pick it up with SS.
Camelsmoker said I didnt think that you could destroy hindering terrain. And you can't destroy the printed hindering terrain on the map.
However, as Earnan said, objects can be destroyed following the same rules as used in destroying a wall or section of barrier. If you are doing it to keep a stealthed figure from being able to hide, though, you are wasting your attack. When you destroy an object you leave a square of hindering terrain where the object was, so BP or Robin or whomever is still hidden.
What if the stealth figure was hiding in a yellow object? Could anyone jsyt stand next to him an pick it up?
If they have Super Strength (required to lift the object) and a movement power that lets them ignore other figures (Phasing, Leap/Climb or Hypersonic Speed) then they can pick it up. Otherwise their movement action stops as soon as they are adjacent to the stealthed figure before they have the opportunity to pick it up. They would have to make a breakaway roll on their next turn, and if they succeeded they could pick up the object as they moved away from the stealthed figure.
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