Five Tribes Five Tribes

Forums

Search
Forums » BattleLore - English » question regarding elevated terrain
Show: Today's Posts 
  
AuthorTopic
boris317
Junior Member

Posts: 4
Registered:
September 2007
question regarding elevated terrain Thu, 04 October 2007 19:51
Under Line of Sightin the Elevated terrain on page 63 of the rule book it states:

An Elevated Terrain hex blocks line of sight, except from an adjacent Elevated Terrain of the same height


Im a bit confused as to what that means. Archers can always shoot up to the elevated hex correct? just not over it. And an archer on an elevated terrain cannot shoot over anyones heads correct(silly question i know Razz)

Am i making any sense?

For instance:

lets say A and B are both elevated hexes and x is a regular country side hex with a ground unit. Could archer A shoot over unit X and Hit unit B?
   _   _
 _/ \_/ \_
/A\_/x\_/B\
\_/ \_/ \_/
      
Roobarb
Senior Member

User Pages
Posts: 1003
Registered:
May 2007
Re:question regarding elevated terrain Thu, 04 October 2007 20:08
in a word no hears a link dealing with line of sight http://www.daysofwonder.com/battlelore/en/battlelore_editor/ view/?id=1064&returnto=app

[Updated on: Thu, 04 October 2007 20:13]

      
boris317
Junior Member

Posts: 4
Registered:
September 2007
Re:question regarding elevated terrain Thu, 04 October 2007 20:14
ah very nice. Thank you. That does explain all my questions. Although "common sense" would have led me to believe Ex. G,H,I WOULD have LOS. But alas that is not the case Razz

agian thanks for the link. The picture makes its it all perfectly clear.

[Updated on: Thu, 04 October 2007 20:15]

      
Roobarb
Senior Member

User Pages
Posts: 1003
Registered:
May 2007
Re:question regarding elevated terrain Fri, 05 October 2007 00:30
yup im with you on that one how about this if you fire from on top of a hill to a lower level wont that projectile travel futher Confused
      
    
Previous Topic:Latest Blog - Scottish Wars
Next Topic:Epic question: forced enrollment and vantage point
Goto Forum: