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Hi! Some friends and I are were playing yesterday and the wood elf player would just say that his guys where "within" the woods. Meaning that they were 2"away from the edge of the trees. He did this with his Treeman and Waywatchers on a woods that measures 6" circumference, this was not really possible. Can this be done or is it how the models lie in the woods? Thanks.
Armies: 40k: Imperial Guard, Orks Fantasy: Skaven
strictly speaking, where the models are is where they are. if you can measure 2" in and see them, they are fair game to shoot/cast at or charge. it may take a bit longer, but make sure your oppenent is placing each model exactly where he wants it.
What if there is a treeman in the middle of the wood and 2" in. Can he still shoot his root attack out at other units because he is a Large Target? Basicly can Large Targets see/be seen even when 2" in a wood?
A treeman within a wood, more than 2 inches from the edge cannot see or be seen by others outside the woods. But he can still use his strangleroot attack as it doesn't require line of sight.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.