140Skyshield Landing Pad (base: Use model)
140Skyshield Landing Pad
Terrain Feature: After this model is setup, it is treated as an Obstacle terrain feature with the following terrain traits:
Landing Pad Configuration: When this model is set up, select either the Shielded or Unfurled configuration to be in effect (see below). While there are any Skyshield Landing Pads on the battlefield, Infantry units in your army can attempt the following action:
Change Configuration (Action): At the end of your Movement phase, one INFANTRY unit from your army that is within 3" a Skyshield Landing Pad terrain feature can start to perform this action provided no enemy units are within 3" of that terrain feature. The action is completed at the end of your turn. Once completed, you can change the configuration that is in effect for this terrain feature.
Shielded: While this configuration is in effect, this terrain feature loses its Exposed Position terrain trait and all models on top of this terrain feature receive a 6+ invulnerable save against ranged attacks. This invulnerable save does not apply if the firing model is also on top of this terrain feature.
Unfurled: While this configuration is in effect, AIRCRAFT units from your army can perform the following action, even though AIRCRAFT cannot normally perform actions:
Repair and Rearm (Action): At the end of your Shooting phase, one AIRCRAFT unit from your army (excluding those with the Airborne ability) that is on top of a friendly SKYSHIELD LANDING PAD with the Unfurled configuration in effect can start to perform this action. The action is completed at the end of your next Movement phase provided that AIRCRAFT is still on top of the same SKYSHIELD LANDING PAD. Once completed, that model:
|FACTION KEYWORDS: UNALIGNED|
|KEYWORDS: TERRAIN, OBSTACLE, SKYSHIELD LANDING PAD|
This datasheet has Fortifications Battlefield Role. Full list of Unaligned units sharing same Battlefield Role follows:
The UNALIGNED keyword is used in the following Unaligned datasheets:
The TERRAIN keyword is used in the following Unaligned datasheets:
The OBSTACLE keyword is used in the following Unaligned datasheets: