Not Seraphon, but I have a doubt, and hope to clear it. If I use the ancestral pickaxe on a hero to move said hero and a unit of Irondrakes, do they get the double shooting for the ability "Blaze away"? As you probably know, the ancestral pickaxe is an artefact included in the GHB2017; you give it to a hero and "in you hero phase you can remove this model and up to one friendly dispossessed unit. They can be set up again at the start of your next hero phase anywhere on the battlefield... this counts as their move for the following movement phase" one of the abilities of the Irondrakes is Blaze Away: "Irondrakes can shoot twice with their Drakeguns if they did not move in their preceding movement phase" Up 'til now, I've always thought that it wasn't possible for the drakes to pop up and shoot twice, as blaze away works if the drakes did not move, and the "teleport" of the pickaxe counts as movement. HOWEVER, I was pondering about it. The effect of the pickaxe happens in the hero phase. Yeah, the ability says that "this counts as their move for the next movement phase".... but "counts as move" is not the same as effectively moving. The Irondrakes don't move in the movement phase... they just did an action in the previous hero phase, and that action don't let them move. Basically, they moved in the hero phase so they cannot move again, but for "Blaze Away" to work, the requisite is just that Irondrakes cannot move in the movement phase... and they don't effectively move. To repeat myself, "counts as move" is not the same as "move", and Irondrakes technically moved in the hero phase. Your opinion?