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I can't find a topic on this already, and I'm too blind to see the search function, if one does indeed exist.
Here goes: In the terradons' flavor paragraph, it states that they are nimble enough to fly at full speed through trees and whatnot... yadda, yadda, they live in jungles... so on and so forth.
Is there a rule that allows them to actually land in forested areas, or is this text only existing to mock me?
I apologise if this has already been addressed in some random FAQ, but I can't find it.
Or, there's always the possibility I can't read and the rule DOES exist...? Maybe.
But, but... The pictures, with the Terradons in the jungle... Booooo!
Heh, oh well. It shouldn't change their effectiveness for me either way. They're still gonna get blasted to heaven by siege engines.
Thanks, scary mask man!
well, you know, all those people/things that ride flyers have to "Bolster" themselves with liquid courage before they jump on the back of em.
Makes sense that they have some trouble with nimble flying.
Anyways, yeah it would be nice if they started differentiating between some flyers, such as woodelf ones and teradons, it would make sense that a pegasus and whatnot would have trouble, but not creatures that are already found in the jungle anyways.
And on teh other hand, while there are some illustrations of said flyers flitting between trees, it never shows their safe landing, so maybe those are all pictures of them seconds before becoming paste on the side of a tree.
"I am the architect of fate!"
Does the picture have a rider on them, if not then its much easier for the terrodons themsevles to navigate.
If there is then the only person navigating are the skinks, and if the skinks make a mistake and fly into a tree, then whose fault is that really?
Infact there should be a more specific rule, maybe something along the lines of chariots. For instance, all flying creatures can move through woods, but they have a chance of suffering damage, maybe automatic damage d3, d6, S3/4/5; due to crashing in trees. Or they could maybe have a chance of avoiding the damage by passing initiative tests for each flyer. Then the terrodons and wood elves negate that rule so they dont take any damage.... because they live in the forests etc. etc. Would that be a good rule?
Last edited by gravity1337; August 21st, 2007 at 02:38.
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