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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).
Lone noble in the woods wearing the briarsheath:
-1 shooting at a lone character
-1 soft cover
So it totals to -4
If he is not in cover, it is -2 to hit.
Hope that helps.
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
yeah thanks, it was all i needed to hear!