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    How does Forest terrian work with woodelfs?

    Hi everyone i havent played a game with any terrian before and i will be useing some in a couple of days. I read in my book that my team doesnt get movement penalties through the forest.

    So i was wondering if i were to shoot at the enemy in a forest that i wouldnt get any penalties. Also that if any troops try to hide in it that i am still able to see them even tho they are in the middle of a forest and be able to shoot them. Ex enemy hero hiding in there. Lastly lets say if an enemy was behind the forest and i was infront of the forest would i be able to charge them right thrrough the forest or would it count as me not being able to see them?

    If anyone can help me with these questions that would be great and thank you for your time.

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    Moving without penalty through forests is just that, movement. You can't see any better than anyone else. You still take penalties for shooting at things in the wood that you can see. Can't charge at things on the other side of the forest.

    The good thing is that a treemans strangle root attack and our treesinging spell doesn't require line of sight, so for these you can fire away at things you can't see in the woods.

    I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.

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