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Where to find "Hill" rules.


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So, i know i've read this before - i just cant find it at the moment.

Where do i find the rules about "hills" ? Theyre an exception to regular terrain rules, in that they dont grant cover from being on them - but i cant seem to find where this was noted. 

 

Could anyone help? Thanks. 


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HILLS
Hills and elevated positions are often key tactical locations.


Hills, whether free-standing or modelled into the battlefield itself, are raised areas that offer troops on top of them commanding views and fields of fire. Hills are always considered to be part of the battlefield rather than a terrain feature, and so models on top of them do not receive the benefits of cover. Some particularly large hills may block a model’s visibility to a target unit, however, so get a model’s-eye-view to see if this is ever the case.


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Thanks!


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