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    Hello, i buy a nebelwerfer for my german army and i have a doubt.

    In easy army is not possible to add a spotter. My doubt is when i shoot the nebelwerfer i need to have a direct line of sight to the objective or is possible to shoot a unit hidden in the back of a building, for example.

    Thank you for the answers and sorry for my english.

    Greg S

    You need a direct line of sight.


    Thank you for your answer.


    The nebelwerfer is considered like a mortar or artillery or like a special weapon.

    But the artillery has the posibility to correct the fire with the spotter or when hit the objective unit and impact with 5 or 4 dice if the unit dont move.

    The nebelwerfer never hit under 6.

    invisible officer

    That Nebelwerfer = no Spotter rule is a xxxx since first editition.

    Naturally Wehrmacht Werferregimenter had spotters. And they did indirect area fire. A lot of rockets in a “Feuerschlag”.
    Using the artillery instruments and maths for indirect fire.

    Only the “Stuka zu Fuß” on SdKfz 251 often fired on sight. And even that could fire inderectly on request

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