An Umbra sees a guy on a building with no ledge. He comes in from a door underneath the guy, superjumps up 6 inches so their silhouettes touch. Guy on roof declares shoot. Umbra declares CC attack. Is this a valid skill declaration? Per the current version of the FAQ, the Umbra and roof guy are considered to be in base-to-base contact, because their silhouette volumes are touching. Therefore they are engaged. Some folks seem to be taking serious issue with the idea of them being engaged, because they claim there is no valid way for the state to be cancelled, but the first bullet point of cancelling engaged reads: "This state is cancelled when the trooper ceases to be in base contact with any enemy troopers." There's some ambiguity in the rules as to when the falling part of the order is resolved. In this forum thread, @ijw's phrasing makes it seem like the falling is resolved after the declaration of the first short skill (the thread is about "falling" into CC, and IJW says move-fall-ARO-CC is a valid order sequence) but the way the super-jump rule is written makes it seem like the falling step should not take place until the resolution of the order. (If you fall immediately, wouldn't any unit declaring Super-Jump and Super-Jump automatically fall during the middle of the order?) (Or am I reading the rule wrong, and is super-jump & super-jump not a valid short skill combination?) If the IJW reading is correct (and it probably is), can you declare CC so long as you were engaged at some point during your first short skill? Because the way engaged is written, the Umbra definitely is engaged when he hits rooftop model's base.