Greetings. I have a couple of questions regarding the validity of ARO and more specifically range validity (as it is chosen at the Resolution step) Please provide text sources if something is wrong. <3 - - - - - FAQ entries that are relevant to my questions What happens when a Direct Template Weapon in ARO misses the target because it’s out of range? Does it affect the other troops inside the Template or does it get cancelled? The Attack is cancelled. When do you choose which point of the movement path the BS Attack (or any other similar Skill) is performed? In the Resolution step, when the players are about to measure distances. In case the order of declaration is important, the active player is the one who chooses who must declare it first. In the reactive turn, when can you measure the Zone of Control? Following the steps of the Order Expenditure Sequence: you declare a ZoC ARO, and in the step of resolution, is when the players take measurements. So, is troop is in the ZoC, resolve his ARO, but if not, the ARO is lost. From what I understand, declaring the skill while the enemy is out of range does not matter, so long as they end up within range at the resolution (where the distance is then calculated)? - - - - - Does that mean I can explicitely declare a ZoC ARO, such as a hacking program, if I know my opponent is 10 inches away, just to prevent them from moving inside my ZoC? (Since we only check to see if the target is in range at resolution) Does that mean I can explicitely place down a Direct Template Weapon ARO, if I know my opponent is 10 inches away, just to prevent them from moving inside that template area? (Since we only check to see if the target is in range at resolution) - - - - - Thank you very much for your time!