I know we're three pages in, but I happen to [EDIT] disagree with Mahtamori. 1 - Targeting the impact template requires a MAIN target to be in LOF 2 - anyone else under the template once placed (over the MAIN target) is also considered a target of the attack regardless of whether they have LOF to the attacking model 3 - targets of the attack may declare ARO's. The ARO's they have available different if they have LOF to the firing model or if they do not. 4 - "secondary targets" (all those affected by the template, excluding the main target) do not have to be in LOF of the firing model to be affected by the template 5 - for smoke dodge to work it must obscure LOF to the firing model in a meaningful way. because of points 4 and 5, smoke dodge would result in normal rolls - Normal for the firing model against the K9 main target, which if successful will also hit the Devil Dog regardless of the Devil Dog's success or failure. The Devil dog would also have a normal roll, smoke would go down based on its success and saves would be made if the attacking model successfully shot the K9.