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A spellweaver mounted on a unicorn joins a unit of treekins.
The unit makes a march move of 10"
The unicorn has M10
Did the unicorn march for the sake of shooting?
It's an annoying question that bothered me for too long!
RB says that the character moves like an ordinary member of the unit, so you might assume that if the unit marches then the character counts as marching too - after all, her movement rate is reduced to match that of the Treekin unit in the first place.
Although, since the Treekin could move 10" and the Unicorn could then leave the unit by moving a further 10", the above argument makes little sense.
I'm leaning towards the former, though, because I feel that it's closer to RAW.
Not a very conclusive answer, perhaps, but that is a very good question.
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if she was with the unit to begin with - she is considered to have marched with her unit. If she moves 10' to join the unit, then I'd say that she has only moved 10' and can still shoot.
I am with Buckeroo on this one.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.