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Is movement prorated


OldBob
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On page 68 it implies that movement is prorated if moving in both rough and open terrain. So if half the movement is made in rough terrain and half is made in open terrain, the unit would use half of its rough terrain movement and half of its open terrain movement. Is this correct?


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David
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Posted by: @oldbob

On page 68 it implies that movement is prorated if moving in both rough and open terrain. So if half the movement is made in rough terrain and half is made in open terrain, the unit would use half of its rough terrain movement and half of its open terrain movement. Is this correct?

Yes, that is correct.

-David


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OldBob
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Thanks


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LloydEaker
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David, Why not just say units moving in embarrassing terrain move at 1/2 speed. Listing a movement amount for embarrassing terrain implies some other notation movement?


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David
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Posted by: @lloydeaker

Why not just say units moving in embarrassing terrain move at 1/2 speed. Listing a movement amount for embarrassing terrain implies some other notation movement?

We indicate the rate that Units of a ployed Formation move as by a good road, by a poor road or open terrain, or by embarrassing terrain (either rough or dense). For deployed Formations we list them for open terrain, rough terrain, and dense terrain as some Units aren't allowed to move into or through dense terrain (such as Artillery Batteries).

-David


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