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Are they +1 or +2 Strength. I've never seen an official ruling, and the FAQ says nothing of this. Has anyone called the ruleboys up on this?
I think, (though am open to correction) that you still get +2S. The caracter in the chariot has a firm foot base and the use of both arms. Also, a character on a chariot is 'ridding' a chariot rather than being 'mounted' on a chariot.
I've always played with it as +1S but more and more lately I've been seeing +2S popping up in posts...looks like its time to call the rules boys.
That would be the question, being as the arguement can be made that a chariot is a solid platform therefore a +2S bonus would be in order, but I've mostly seen it used as +1S.
It doesn't matter what you're mounted on. Be it a dragon, chariot, flying saucer, super star destroyer, you're only getting +1S.
If you're not on foot, you're mounted (as a fairly general rule).
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
there is, if i recall correctly, only one exception to this and thats the dwarf sheildbearers. who's rules state that the lord + shieldbearers are a single model of US3 rather than a mount/rider set up. otherwise... yep +1S
Last edited by Arklite; May 10th, 2007 at 22:52.
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