Why not ask if you need a transport to cross the Tasman sea. Heck, people can swim the English Channel so therefore no transport should be required, right?
Fair dinkum. This has got to be one of the weirdest A&A questions I’ve heard.
Okay Krieghund, Here’s the question.
When rolling for heavy bombers the tech says roll 2 dice for each bomber and select the best result. So when rolling for multiple heavy bombers what does that mean?
A. Roll all bombers at once. As if 5 bombers roll 10D6. 7 hits are rolled but you only count a max of 5 because there are only 5 bombers?
B. All bombers must roll one at a time because you won’t be able to tell which bomber made what hits when you roll them together?
Answer A makes sense to me. However some have pointed out that rolling heavy bombers simultaneously, creates an unfair advantage by increasing the odds of all or most of the bombers making a hit due to the higher number of dice being rolled, where as if rolled singularly the odds of the bomber making a hit is much lower.