Started by Chieftain, 01 February 2015, 10:13:01 PM
Quote from: Chieftain on 29 September 2015, 01:26:50 AM'At the end of a unit's move there may be further effects for the unit being within limiting terrain such as gaining behind defences advantage in woodland. These effects only apply if more than half of the unit's base is in the terrain. Uphill advantage is only gained if all of a unit's base is further up the slope than any part of an opponent's base.'
Quote from: z4carloThanks this is useful. However I feel the last part of this contradicts what you have just given as examples of when it could be applied.Uphill advantage is only gained if all of a unit's base is further up the slope than any part of an opponent's base.This indicates that I must be fully on the hill, otherwise the part of my base which is not would not be further up the slope than any part of my opponents base. i.e only cases 1 and 2, but a definite no to 3 and 4. 5 would require a sloped or multi level hill.
Quote from: Nosher on 07 October 2015, 12:16:49 PMapologies if this has already been asked but a quick search was fruitless.....Can a warband units dice ever be reduced to zero dice?For example, a unit of centaur archers generates 1d6 in melee. A fear causing unit reduces the melee dice by -1d6. Do the Centaur Archers roll no dice at all?Example two: A unit of undead warriors roll 1d6 protection. A powerful attack reduces protection rolls by -1d6. I assume the warriors get 0 protection dice?
Quote from: JohnG on 12 October 2015, 04:39:38 PMQuick question on the "behind defenses" rule. Does the unit get the bonus if the source of the attack is from within the wood/town etc? So if two units are in melee within a wood for example, do they both gain the +1 protection to represent the difficulty of fighting in a wood, or is it cancelled?