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are cavalry allowed to lap around? , its just that they make no mention of it in the book, or anywhere. cheers
Interesting question. I can't see any reason why not. As long as you stick to the rules, that should be fine. I haven't thought about this before or seen it done though.
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It doesn't mention anything specific against cavalry, so I don't see why not. I've seen it done, by a lot of players here (I play beasts, so I haven't done it myself), but it's happened before, with players who know the rules through-and-through.
Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, even if it's wrong.
As far as I know, there's no restriction as to who can lap round in combat. So even things like Ogres (and similar sized creatures), swarms, skirmishers, cavalry and flyers can lap round. In fact, I quite often take the oppotunity to lap round with my Tzeentch Screamers when they pick on lone enemy characters and small units!
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