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    question - Briarsheath.

    Hi, I was wondering if anybody could clearify somthing about the Briarsheath.
    It states that shooting attacks against the wearer suffers -1 to hit the character in the open, and a -2 in a wood. does this meen that the items ability is increased by -1 + the ekstra -1 for being in the forest, so that shooters get 3- to hit when in a forest.
    Or does it just meen that sooters get a 1- to hit when you walk in to a forest, which you would do without the armour anyway (which would would meen their were no reason to mention the ekstra penalty in the first place).


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    Lone noble in the woods wearing the briarsheath:

    -1 shooting at a lone character
    -1 soft cover
    -2 briarsheath

    So it totals to -4

    If he is not in cover, it is -2 to hit.

    Hope that helps.
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    yeah thanks, it was all i needed to hear!

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