Introduction Special Dodge states: Smoke and Special Dodge Unlike other Special Ammunition, Smoke can be used to avoid enemy Attacks, but only if those Attacks require LoF and a Roll, and their LoF is blocked by the Smoke Circular Template being placed. It seems there might be some disagreement in reading the 'and their LoF is blocked by the Smoke Circular Template being placed' part. I've always read it literally -- the template must completely block any line of fire originating from the firing troop to the troop throwing Smoke. But yesterday we had an argument with another player, and he presented a quite logical base to his version -- if you're touching the Smoke template, you benefit from its effects, therefore LoF is blocked. Situation Troop A belongs to the Active Player. Troops B, C and D belong to the Reactive Player. Troop A declares a BS Attack with an Eclipse Smoke Grenade, placing the template as shown. Troops B, C and D declare they will ARO with BS Attacks. Blue line denotes Trooper D's LoF. Question Does Special Dodge apply to the interaction between Troops A and D and therefore, is this interaction a Face-to-Face roll?