This came up in another thread, but wasn't resolved. I'm posting it as a stand-alone question. Ok, two questions. Our hero for these questions is an Asawira, who has MOV 6-2 and Dodge(+2"). Question 1 In the active turn, the Asawira declares Move and moves 6". For his second short skill he declares Dodge. In the Resolution, he passes his roll. How far can he dodge? A) The Dodge rule says he can move 2", and he has Dodge(+2"), so he can go 4". B) Dodge(+2") allows him to move up to 4", but must still follow the General Movement Rules. The GMRs say that "MOV values indicate the maximum distance the unit can move." The Unit Profile rules say that MOV is "The number of inches this Trooper can move with an Order. The MOV Attribute usually has two values: the first time the Trooper moves in an Order, and the second." In this case the Dodge movement is the second time the Asawira is moving in the Order, so he cannot move more than 2" despite his Dodge bonus movement. Question 2 This time, the Asawira declares Dodge first. Then he declares Move as his second short skill. How far can he Move? A) Move is his second movement skill of the order, so he can only move 2". B) Since he does not move due to Dodge until Resolution, his Move movement is "the first time the Trooper moves in an Order" even though the skill was declared second. He can move 6".