hector wrote:Now there's a useful thing. Does it require you to have not already acted that round and use your action that round, or is it an extra action? I'm guessing the former (which is what I would lean to).
PsiPhire wrote:With regards to penalties and such, when you roll the white die are you treated as a moving target from the first sequence up until your rolled result?
Well, the most common use of white die is dashing to a safer location from one's current position. Classic example is the character getting caught in someone's crosshairs out in the open and attempting to dash for cover. The character immediately counts as moving when the white die drops and once his sequence comes up, he reaches cover. If the shooter's sequence comes up before that happens, he's free to take the shot at the moving target. However, if the shooter's sequence comes up after
, he took too long to aim and his target is gone from his view.