Change to Shooter & Warriors Charge Attacks

PoppyPoppy Member Posts: 1,146
As both these actions are free actions we should still be able to use these abilities even after you have used all your AP currently we cannot.

This really affects the shooter more as they are obviously ranged but is still an issue for the Warrior too.
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  • AysatyoPetAysatyoPet Member Posts: 1,168
    No, it cannot be.. it will make the warrior too strong.. imagine this, your warrior got a charge ability active. You use it first, and now he still has 1AP left. You atk again and killed 3 walker. Because he killed 3 walkers with normal atk, his charge ability got active again.. so what you propose is he can atk again for the 3rd time in 1 turn? Thats OP..

  • RagnarokRagnarok Member Posts: 32
    I believe what Poppy was suggesting only applied when their special is actively toggled. Anything else would mess with the automatic ending of turns.
  • hhmcameronhhmcameron Member Posts: 224
    You use the free move before dropping into overwatch.

    You have to have one action point left,

    If you expend 2 action points, that is just too bad

    Having the ability to swing/shoot before swinging/shooting again or moving, or dropping into overwatch is cool

    Also. Warrior appears to be bugged or have a cool feature that when you are setting up their free strike there is a longer distance and then you can drop into overwatch after the strike
  • GendorGendor Member Posts: 9
    Actually, why not say "fuck you" to this system and always have there be 2 movement points and one attack point?
    You can move, attack and run away, and it would seriously make the game more FUN
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