Oh my, you did: Please do remember that declaration of orders is made on steps 1.2 and 3, while the requirements are check on step 6 (resolution). If the IMM state prevents me from declaring anything but dodge or reset on steps 1.2 and 3, the peripheral can't declare something different to the controller, and Idle only enters into account here at Step 6 (resolution). Remember, from peripherals: ► Peripherals are always activated with the same Order as their Controller, executing the same Short Skills of the Order, or Entire Order, although they are not required to have the same target. And what you higlighted in green? Read the entire paragraph, it refers to whatever was declared by the "Controller and Peripherals", AND, not "or". This phrase does more to prove my argument right than anything short of Helllois saying so, you know. But I'm a good person, and I believe in educating through reason, and not some imaginary Ad Autoritas argument. Even in sight of a post placed only to murk the waters. The Seraph does not have the Peripheral rule. As such, the Seraph cares nothing for the Auxbot, or his plight with such rule. The Auxbot does have the Peripheral (Synchronized) rule, and as such must comply with its limitations. This means that if the auxbot is IMM A or B, the Seraph can declare whatever it wants, because the Seraph does not check the Peripheral rule. It's the Auxbot problem to keep up, and if the Seraph declares something the Auxbot is forbidden to declare, the Auxbot does not declare anything at all, and the rules do not cover such hole (step 1 OK, step 1.2 OK, step 1.2 KO, the activation is done but the sequence can't continue). I'm sorry, but we are talking about DECLARING. You need first to declare, then check if you can, and then perform either the action or, if you can't meet the requirements, an idle. Being in IMM state blocks you from declaring. Pg 21 rulebook, order expenditure sequence: ... 1.2. Declaration of the First Skill: The Active Player declares the first Short Skill of the Order, or the Entire Order he wants to use. If movements are declared, the player measures where the Trooper can move, chooses the route, and places the Trooper at the final point of its movement. ... 6. Resolution: Check that the declared Skills, Special Skills, and pieces of Equipment meet their respective Requirements, measure all distances and Zones of Control, determine MODs, and make Rolls. If any Skill, Special Skill, or piece of Equipment does not meet its Requirements, the Trooper is considered to have declared an Idle. If I'm limited in point 1, going for point 6 to allow me to do as I please on point 1 doesn't look right. He's not the rules creator, Erland, at most he collaborated with some rules; in N3 he was just the wiki curator, by his own words, and got the already translated english texts. Unless he wants to claim to speak with CB's official voice, that is, instead of just being a Warcor (which is merely a game's representative that makes demos, and not needs to even know how to play. I've met several that didn't knew how to play, and several that indeed knew... but forgot rules from time to time). Besides, making something does not mean it was made right, there is a reason Software Testing exists, or the programmers would write the perfect code on the first try ^^ O si lo prefieres en español... no, Ian no ha escrito las reglas. Como mucho, alguna en concreto, sobretodo si comparamos n4 y n3. Y aunque podría ser interesante que dijese dónde ha metido mano, no estamos hablando de eso.