Nice - I quite like that. Although I must admit that, LoTR/TTT was a cracking example of how hard it should be to attack fortifications with a superhero and heroes (quickly). Whether it should be so much harder than open ground is a good question!
> No -- if you do not have enough CD loss to eliminate the top unit, then
> you do absolutely nothing. Thus, a stack with a superhero on the top and
> a bunch of CF 1 units below it that takes 19 CF loss is completely
> unharmed. This is a rule I dislike, which is why I would either like to
> see a different Results Table, that allows for Disrupt or Retreat
> results; or else allow any attacker to apply a Disrupt result if he does
> more than half the CF loss to a unit, but doesn't have enough to
> eliminate it completely.
How about a rule that instead of attacking to destroy you can attack to purposely disrupt. In this case, the attacker's CF total is doubled or half-again. It stays with the current rules mostly and doesn't need another results table.
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