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You can move using your movement value through wooded terrain w/o penalty.
You cannot fly through though, since that is a separate rule pertaining to flying. Besides I'm pretty sure rhymer's harp says 'not impassable' terrain which forests would be to flyers.
I'm inclined to agree with DoTR, woods are impassable terrain for Eagles (when flying) and there ground movement is very sucky.
You could fly through in theory, just not land. Not being able to land is not a penalty to your movement (i.e. halved), it's something you just can't do.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
But they're not impassable. They're, uh, "unlandable."Flyers do not treat forests as difficult terrain.Flyers may not move, land in, or take off from within a wood
As Rork said, it is something they simply cannot do. However it clearly states this pertains to moving as well as landing and 'taking off'.
Well if Mrs VC04 says its OK then......