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hithero wrote:Think this one needs Admin input on the intent of the rule. Do units have to move in a straight line to get to the preferred target, or can they skirt around intervening units to engage said unit? I've been playing the second way.
MikeH wrote:Also from a gaming point it kind of smells wrong to run around an enemy unit just to get to another unit behind them, it’s different if the majority of your unit can engage the enemy by moving in a straight line and it’s only 1 or 2 figures that have to take a slight detour but when its every figure then you have to question it
But it’s a good question and one that does need answering, so let’s leave it for Alex
Admin wrote:Yellow is the movement that the Warlord has to take to engage the levies.
The shortest way to engage the enemy is referring to a movement that actually permits to engage the aforementionned target. So any movement that would not be able to engage the target is not taken into account when determining the shortest route possible.
Hope that helps?
Draganwolf wrote:Another good example of metagaming
moocifer wrote:Draganwolf wrote:Another good example of metagaming
Hardly .. as the Game Designer himself has come on here and stated the intent of the rules he wrote simply clearing up a key element of battle that as it read was quite ambiguous.
Metagaming does not apply to a situation that arises from or due to language barriers/translation.
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