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Sylvain Mazet
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When Django shoots a target, it moves to the next car, depending the direction of the fire. So if he stands in car A, and he shoots someone in car B, the target will end in car C.

But what if he shoots someone in car A ? In this case, there isn't really a direction...
 
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Jonathan Chaffer
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You can’t shoot someone in your own location. You can only punch them.
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Trevor Taylor
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From the rules

Quote:
Choose one of your opponents to be your target and
give him one of your Bullet cards. The targeted player
places the Bullet card he has received on his deck.
You cannot target a Bandit who is on the same spot
as you.
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Sylvain Mazet
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Woot !!! blush

We forgot this rule !

Thanks for your answers
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But to answer the obvious follow-up question, if you're in Car B and your opponent is in Car A, nothing happens. You can't be shot off of the train.
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Lorrye H.
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If I understand correctly, if Django is in Car/Roof space B and shoots someone in Car/Roof space A (must shoot someone in a different space), then that player gets knocked into an adjacent car/roof space, presumably into Car/roof space B WITH Django now. However, the rule implies that it is best to shoot someone that can be pushed into an adjacent space that isn't the same car as Django (ex. Django is in Car A, shoots someone in Car B, who gets pushed into Car C.)

So, the shot player ALWAYS has to move to a different car -- either into Django's car or away from Django's car. Right?

This is different from the punch action because both must be in the same car at first, and then whoever is punched moves out of that space.
 
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LorryeHarden wrote:
If I understand correctly, if Django is in Car/Roof space B and shoots someone in Car/Roof space A (must shoot someone in a different space), then that player gets knocked into an adjacent car/roof space, presumably into Car/roof space B WITH Django now. However, the rule implies that it is best to shoot someone that can be pushed into an adjacent space that isn't the same car as Django (ex. Django is in Car A, shoots someone in Car B, who gets pushed into Car C.)

So, the shot player ALWAYS has to move to a different car -- either into Django's car or away from Django's car. Right?

This is different from the punch action because both must be in the same car at first, and then whoever is punched moves out of that space.


No, that's (what I bolded) not correct.

Django's ability pushes the other character "in the direction of the fire" (Pg 5 of the rules). If doing so would push the character off the train, nothing happens.

It never pushes the character *towards* Django.

Edit: Here's the entire rules quote from Page 5

"When shooting a Bandit, make him move one Car in the direction of fire, bearing in mind that Bandits can never leave the train."
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