What happens at the conclusion of this order? 1 - A pair of active troopers declare movement as their first short skill, ending their movement next to a reactive trooper in camo maker state. 2 - The reactive player declares placing a mine as their ARO (in base2base with their trooper) revealing the reactive camo trooper. 3 - The active player declares movement, moving the pair of active troopers into base2base with the second short skill of the order 4 - The declared "Desired" path for the first and second short movement skills of the active player and the declared placement of the mine by the reactive player overlap. In the below example we have a camouflaged mine layer, who is prone in a corner on-top of a building, and is facing toward the center of the roof. Two climbing plus troopers use their first short skill to come up onto the top of the building and move as close as they can without being in base to base contact with the camo marker. The reactive player declares placing a mine as their ARO, revealing the reactive trooper. The active player moves his troopers in base2base as the second short skill. On conclusion of the order the players stare at each other wondering what to do next... A) The mine is canceled on Conclusion of the order, because an enemy trooper is there. B) The mine is placed and the active trooper's movement is cut short just before the mine C) The enemy trooper moves and the mine is placed below them because, "In Infinity, Orders and AROs are simultaneous regardless of the Skills declared." D) None of the above... HELP! As a Mine never triggers if the Small Teardrop Template affects an ally, successfully placing a mine in this situation would mean the active troopers, assuming they win in close-combat, may be subject to the mine triggering later in the game on their next order or ARO declaration.