In the rule book an aircraft is deemed to be 'tailed' if an opponent finishes his move with the small arrow on the front of the base pointing into his opponents rear arc within 6". This seems fair enough and seems fairly straight forward. However in a couple of the demo videos I have seen they have insisted the arrow be pointing directly at the 'stem' of the enemy aircraft through the rear arc. A small difference I know, but one that could make the difference between being 'tailed' and not.
Anyone know which procedure is the correct one?
I believe the intention is that you must face the stem even if the rules are a litte vague on this. Mostly because ive heard the developers state this themselves in some of their videos.
But also, if you only had to face the rear arc you could potentially be "tailing" an enemy craft from some very weird angles.