I'd imagine it would be the peon marked as the wing man. Though wingmen weren't always peons they just weren't the squad leader, the wingman just keeps the enemy off the leader and keeps him from being targeted out before he's ready to engage. It really makes a lot of sense, theme wise. You have squad leader keeping people in actions doing what they need to do, and he has a wingman to make him a bit tougher to take down, or hit harder depending.
Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:16 PM
Wingman probably adds a stress token to the ship with Wingman on it to remove a stress token from a friendly ship within range. It would be pretty lame, but at least it wouldn't be broken.
Posted 11 February 2014 - 03:18 PM
Do you think the upgrade goes on the "leader" ship or does the upgrade go on the "wingman" ship? One ways gives the lead a wingman, the other just marks the peon as a wingman.
I'm guessing that the card goes on the supporting wingman, not the squad leader.
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