Hi guys I've recently gotten back into Infinity and I'm quite rusty. The following scenario has taken place in quite a few of my games now and am unsure if it is correct. Lets say that a camo marker begins a movement outside of LOF and moves across the view of 2 opposing troops. The ARO of troop A is to delay and Troop B chooses to discover. The camo marker then chooses to continue it's move, ending its move outside of LOF of troop A. Troop B successfully reveals the camo marker with its discover. Does Troop A now get to declare shoot? - my current thought process is that actions in Infinity are happening "simultaneously" therefore if the camo marker reveals itself or is revealed by a discover ARO it would be considered revealed for effectively its entire order and can therefore be shot at by troops who had previously delayed. My opponent who's fairly new but very very good at war games believes that because the the now revealed marker is outside of LOF to Troop A the attack cannot be performed and is lost. Is one of us correct? Or have we both gottne mixed up somewhere? I feel I had read on the Wiki somewhere for discover that my friend is correct and so we have been treating his interpretation as the correct ruling for quite a number of our games. Thanks everyone in advance!