If I have a Hsien Warrior on the table and an enemy unit is able to infiltrate up behind him (making it's deployment roll) will I be able to use an intuitive attack with the Nanopulser? During my game to day, I had a Hussein Al-Djabel deploy on my deployment zone. He deployed in the IMP-1 state and in the ZOC of my Hsien Warrior. In this instance the Al-Djabel was able to knife him to death not causing any AROs because the knife is silent. What if my opponent chose another weapon that was not silent. Could I use an intuitive attack even though it was from behind? Bonus Questions - 1) If an unit fails its guts roll can it changes its facing if it moves 2 inches into cover or goes prone? 2) How does using Advanced Airborn deployment generate AROs? The unit only has one action. Deployment. This action is taken without any models having LoF to that unit. When it lands (where ever that is????) it can't move or do any other actions. To me because it cannot generate AROs with the initial part of the skill and there is not a second opportunity to do so how it is that enemy troops get AROs? Thanks!