These questions have probably already answered but my gaming group needs a clarification.
The compulsory movement action is or is not one of the 2 actions a model has during the course of a turn?
- During a unit phase a Mil Mi-45 (who did not take an action during the command phase) moves its compulsory 12", can it now march move a further 24" for a total of 36" of movement? By the same token can it do a sustained fire after its compulsory 12"
- During a unit phase a Mil Mi-45 (who did not take an action during the command phase) moves its compulsory 12", can it now make a 0-90 degree turn prior to a march move?
- During a command phase (if it is in command range) can it take an action (move/shoot) and after transistion into the unit phase can it take an action after the compulsory move? for example: a Mi-45 takes an action during the command phase and turn 0-90 degrees prior to a move of 12", in the following unit phase it takes its compulsory 12" forward and for its remaining action it turns 0-90 degrees and moves a further 12"
Is Hover a form of compulsory action interchangeable with the compulsory movement or does it cost an action