So, this has become a sticky issue in the most recent Intent thread, and even prompted a question in the rules forum about when we can use gaming aids like laser pointers. https://forum.corvusbelli.com/threads/thoughts-on-play-by-intent.724/ https://forum.corvusbelli.com/threads/laser-pointers.1145/ The intent discussion has brought up some questions that can have a huge affect on the fundamental way many of us play the game. There seem to be two conflicting viewpoints. One is that LoF being open information means that all potential LoF can be checked, and the other is that LoF is strictly between two models/markers. Another aspect of this is the use of gaming aids. For instance, if you take the latter stance, it's no longer legal/appropriate to place silhouettes where movement has yet to be declared, or scan the field with laser lines. Please, keep in mind, this is not a place to rehash the Intent thread. This isn't about what the "correct" method of play is, it's about seeing how a specific sample of the community plays, and how one method or the other would affect them. Check all responses that apply. Votes are public (for the sake of discussion), and can be changed.