But my suggestion from the back is even simpler. It also removes those unintuitive situations by never allowing any player to shoot outside their front arc. Plus it applies to the Active and Reactive trooper without extra wording. Can the shooter draw a line (completely within their front arc) to any part of your Silhouette without it being blocked? If so, then they can shoot you. The text underlined stipulating it must be within the front arc should probably be written as part of the basic LoF rules. Either way, I see that as a resounding win for my suggestion. Add LoF lines and you may see the difference. My suggestion maintains integrity by only AROing targets I have LoF to within my front arc. CBs current rule allows firing behind their front arc at angles beyond 180 to shoot one attacker but not the other. Sure, both rules function in the end, but CBs is not equal or superior.