PDA

View Full Version : Briora's Time Warp & Pursuit, or fleeing?



Citadel97501
16-09-2010, 10:59
Hello all,

I was just wondering whether Briora's Time Warp also doubles the distance moved when you flee, or pursue? I think it does but I am not sure?

Ultimate Life Form
16-09-2010, 11:11
That would be Birona, and it doubles Movement (capitalized). Like in, your Movement Value, not the distance you travel. Since this doesn't factor in when you flee or pursue which is instead determined by a dice roll, it won't have any effect.

Citadel97501
16-09-2010, 12:56
But the spell was FAQ'd to double Movement Allowance not the movement statistic?

alextroy
16-09-2010, 13:01
Movement Allowance is the movement statistic. See Page 3 for details.

Ultimate Life Form
16-09-2010, 13:04
Which, if you would read the introduction on page 3 BRB, are one and the same. The term refers to that small number listed under 'M' in the unit profile.

theorox
16-09-2010, 13:46
That would be Birona, and it doubles Movement (capitalized). Like in, your Movement Value, not the distance you travel. Since this doesn't factor in when you flee or pursue which is instead determined by a dice roll, it won't have any effect.

I'm with piglet here. :D

Theo

Citadel97501
16-09-2010, 19:00
Which, if you would read the introduction on page 3 BRB, are one and the same. The term refers to that small number listed under 'M' in the unit profile.

OK, well that sucks since it eliminates the spell from anything, I would actually want to cast it on, since your capped at M 10, according to page 3.

I had thought that it stated movement allowance, so you could cast it on something like Cavalry, or a Flyer to get better speed. . . I was thinking you could use it for getting a few great eagles to charge 20+2d6.