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I've hit a bit of a rule snag, and hopefully, someone can help me.
How does terrain, other than "open ground", affect monsters? There doesn't seem to be a clear cut answer in the WRB. The terrain section talks about the affects on chariots, cavalry, and monstrous cavalry, while the sections on monsters doesn't touch this question.
If someone can aim me in the right direction, that would be swell.
Oh, and the monsters in question, are the stornhorn and the thundertusk.
Thanks in advance
In a terrain vs. monster contest, the terrain loses, usually. The only terrain that can force a dangerous terrain test for monsters is marshland. Each different terrain lists what units must take dangerous terrain tests. Those listed are the only ones that do. All other unit types are fine is that terrain. For most terrain this is cavalry, monstrous cavalry, and chariots. The one other effect is that monsters can't march through rivers.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
Its my fubar then, as I should have read the whole terrain section instead of skimming through it