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eyescrossed
25-09-2010, 13:42
Sorry, brainfart moment here.

Unit of, say, Dryads with Branchwraith move into a forest and discover it's a Blood Forest. The Branchwraith casts Tree Singing to move the trees with the unit inside.

In what order does what happen?

Korraz
25-09-2010, 14:52
I'm not entirely sure about the question. But my guess is:

"Is the forest moved first, or does the unit suffer the hits from the BF first?"

In that case: The Forest moves, then hits.

AlphariusOmegon20
25-09-2010, 15:00
I'd say they are an out of sequence hit, similar to the way Fanatics are out of sequence.

Hits first, then movement.

eyescrossed
25-09-2010, 15:01
So, to recap...

Forest moves, hits are taken, forest moves in a random direction.

Correct?

narrativium
25-09-2010, 15:12
I almost posted only to say how hilarious the example was.

Personally I'd resolve the spell effect first, then any miscast, then the terrain effect. I can see it being quite important if the spell is Flesh to Stone - those S4 hits could be inflicted on 2+ or 6+ depending on the ordering. Or Regrowth - if you apply terrain first, you could kill the unit before you restore it. But for Treesinging - what if the wood moved under an enemy unit and then tried to move that unit? Seems most straightforward to treesing the wood with the friendly unit in and then have it slink off by itself.

eyescrossed
25-09-2010, 15:16
Yeah. Seems quite funny, too. Grumpy woods, them.

Korraz
25-09-2010, 15:19
So, to recap...

Forest moves, hits are taken, forest moves in a random direction.

Correct?

Yes, that's how I'd play it.

eyescrossed
25-09-2010, 15:49
Haha, okay.