In short: can you intentionally decline an ARO in order to utilize Alert? In full: Player A activates a model and moves within ZoC and LoF but outside the front arc of an enemy model. Player B, not trusting their Dodge to succeed against the attacker, wants to decline to ARO in the hopes they survive and utilize Alert to change their facing. Is this allowed, or are they obligated to declare Dodge? The relevant text from "ARO: Automatic Reaction Order": The relevant text from "Alert": Thoughts: the wording on these sections have changed little from N3 to Code One, other than Warning! being replaced with Alert. It seems generally accepted in N3 that models may decline to ARO in order to utilize Warning!, but it is not explicitly mentioned in either system whether intentionally declining an ARO is actually allowable, or whether doing so qualifies you to utilize Alert/Warning!. I suspect the answer here is "you may decline an ARO to use Alert," but I want to make sure.