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I was just wondering if there were rules for "crushing" attacks. Take, for example, a tank that runs over a minifig. If the tank doesn't build up momentum it will crush the minifig and obviously the fig should take damage from this encounter. What I don't know is how this damage is measured and dealt out. Thanks.
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If a minifig got ran over by a tank in one of my battles, I'd just say he died. Unless it was just his legs. Then he would have to pull himself around with his arms.
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The rule is one point of damage per inch in size difference between the two. So you'd need a 6" tank to autokill a minifig. Assuming that you don't bother with crashing into it first and doing a bunch of charge damage.
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It's called Trample Damage, listed in 9.5. Normally you can only use it against a Disrupted target, since otherwise they'll dodge or Bail or just move out of the way.
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