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With the DD aspect of tree singing, must the caster be able to see the wood that the enemy is within? I assume they must have to, as the spell does not mention any LoS information at all for that section, where as other spells/attacks specifically not 'requires no line of sight', like Strangleroots.
Thanks in Advance!
I believe NONE of the Athel loren lores require LOS.
And the DD version of Tree Singing definatly does not require LOS and it also has no Range limit (I think this was FAQ'd). The Tree moving part however is confined to the 18" range with no LOS required.
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I can see how you might think that since people assume fury of the forest is a magic missile. Which it isnt, only restriction on it is the range really. Plus it goes up in Str if the target is within 6" of the forest, combined with the damage TS it can really decimate units while your singer is safely unseen in a forest.
i like using a treeman 2 do tree singing, if you get an enemy into a wood and have the treeman nearby (6), and manage the TWO tree singings the unit is dead almost regardless of its T/numbers plonk! or rather tear.
definately awesome, i also like the fact of stangle rooting the unit thats in the trees, extra damage.
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