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I'm hoping this can be clarified for me.
In the rulebook, it says very clearly that flyers cannot use their flying 20" charge to charge a target within woods (a target that is within 2" of the edge of the wood, is visible and in line of sight and is otherwise a legitimate target to be charged, obviously.) The only way they can move into a wood is to "land outside and move in the subsequent turn".
Can a dragon use its normal movement characteristic (6") to charge a target in a wood moving on the ground as a normal unit and not as a flyer? It says that "flyers may not move, land in or take off from a wood", but I'm assuming this means "units that are flyers that are using their ability to fly" as otherwise this would prohibit them ever entering a wood. The reason I ask is because I want to clearly understand how my Dragon can charge those goddamn Wood Elf Treemen who lurk constantly in woods.
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You can still use your ground based movement value for charging as you would with any other monster.