Originally posted by Volivat
When A disengages from B. Can B TAP attack Opponent A?
I assume you're referring to a scenario along the lines of
-Doug Dodge starts his turn at close range to Athletics Allison. He makes and wins a disengage roll, and moves out to short range.
-On Athletics Allison's turn, she uses her move action to advance towards Doug - but because Doug succeeded on his disengage, he gets to move another range band back from her, maintaining short range.
-Athletics Allison wants to use Thunderbolt Attack Prana to smack Doug in the face.
Unfortunately, Allison cannot do that, because moving in on someone with Thunderbolt Attack Prana counts as your move action, and she's already used hers for the round.
If no, can one win a disengage action and still allow the opponent to move away and then not have the issue of the reflexive move?
I'm not sure I understand the question.