Coordinated orders have been suggested a few times before. Adding the maths for a particular unit is interesting too. I find it a bit problematic on an actual table sometimes for a few reasons: if I'm going first generally the Kamau player will see my deployment of these units and can not deploy so they can do it. If I'm going second so I can more easily counter deploy an already deployed kamau and leave these long range units out, Varuna has a big advantage in shooting them dead first. To see the same thing often troops need similar LOF which can mean bunching them together, which is not ideal in infinity for a bunch of reasons we probably all know, in fact if I'm not going first so I can counter deploy the Kamau bunching them up like this might see them not survive into my turn to attempt it. If there are multiple places with good LOF to where I can reasonably well guess the Kamau might deploy, that seems likely a pretty open table that suits Varunas great shooting anyhow. To use these tactics I basically have to sacrifice one of my own units by spending my own orders, if the Kamau decides to take one with it. Losing your own long range units in your own turn is not generally ideal. The Kamau is Shock Immune, so 1 wound won't kill it. So against a competent player potentially I've lost a unit to just inconvenience the Kamau player by shooting at it with 1 burst 1 wound causing weapons like non multi sniper rifles. I'm not saying this tactic is useless or anything. It's potentially quite useful in the right situation (I've done similar with Daylami Panzerfaust many times in the past when people leave out "fight me now" AROs). I'm just saying that maths on paper needs to be put in the context of a complex game on the table with many difficult to account for on paper variables, so that makes it one of a bunch of potential tools, but no magic bullet. Not that we even want magic bullets, really. There are ways around some of the problems I raise too. Like maybe including a camo skirmisher in the coordinated order, who can gain LOF from a different angle and add nuance to the threat with its camo and close proximity etc. I guess what I'm really saying is none of this is quite as black and white on the table as it comes across in text, regardless of which side of a discussion you are on.