Played my first 2 games last night and we had a question that I'm surprised hasn't been brought up already here or in the FAQ. Unless I just missed it. The attack table die results are all number ranges not a 'greater than a certain number'. So if I attack a heavy raider it only hits on a 7-8. If taken literally, if I play strategic planning (tactics skill card) and then roll an 8, my die result is a 10 which would be a miss since it isn't in the hit range of 7-8. That seems wrong, but I couldn't find anything saying that isn't how it should work. Makes Strategic Planning a pretty bad card if it indeed works that way.
Same concept also would apply to the rules about Structural Damage to a basestart which says "
When drawn, this token is placed on the basestar. While it remains, all attacks against the basestar gain +2 to their die rolls."
Anyone see anything in the rules or FAQ besides common sense which makes this stuff work differently?
Thanks in advance.