Played through the 3 scenarios from For a Few Models More....the shooting from the desperados was deadly in the first 2 scenarios but the lawmen got their act together for the final scene.
We have a query on directions in the second scene. One member is wounded and can only move if he has a colleague in contact. He can act normally but cant do more than 2 move actions per turn. So presumably he gets allocated an action card as normal. As each figure moves separately though how does he move?
Visualising it we see him being helped along on the arm of a colleague - I think someone even does a pair of figures portraying this. Anyway, how does the wounded mans movement work? I thought maybe both figures would get a card and either one could use it to activate, and if they wished move both together. It doesnt seem quite right that the wounded man moves (by himself) just because he started the turn in contact with a colleague - what has he done? Pushed him up to 2 moves away and then possibly joined him later when he activates himself?
That doesnt seem quite right to me, but I'd like to hear how others deal.