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I know that single characters have a 360 line of sight as if they were skirmishers, is this the same as for Monsters?
Page 8 of the BRB. They have a diagram of a Character on a Wyvern and it looks like it has a 90 degree arc of sight. Underneath it says that the Character on the Wyvern cannot see the unit outside of said 90 degree arch.
Mind that is all I can find and I haven't actually fully read through a BRB in like 5 years, so there is a good chance I have no idea what I am talking about ~_~ I really should try actually reading this thing.
Last edited by archonofdeath; February 22nd, 2009 at 05:50.
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They count as a R&F unit for purposes of determining LoS. Page 58, second column, final paragraph.
"Each monster is, in effect, a unit of one model and it has a front (used to determine its arc of sight as normal), flanks, and a rear as normal.
Also refer to the diagram on Page 59.
ED: Gah, beaten to it by another Archon. Now I'll never live it down. Unless I subtly eliminate the post...
It's not single characters as such but any US1 model on foot. A character on a horse for instance only has a 90 degree arc.