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  • 19.A.c Models on Foot and Mounted Models
    Certain spells and rules affect models on foot and mounted models differently.
    Models that don’t include any model parts with Harnessed are considered to be on foot.
    Models with at least one model part with Harnessed are considered to be mounted.

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    19.A.c
    Models on Foot and Mounted Models
    Certain spells and rules affect models on foot and mounted models differently.
    Models that don’t include any model parts with Harnessed are considered to be on foot.
    Models with at least one model part with Harnessed are considered to be mounted.

    19.B
    Character Mounts
    Many Characters can select mounts from the mount section of their Army Book. When a Character, referred to as the rider, selects a mount, apply the following rules:

    19.B.1
    Height, Type, and Base
    Always use the Height, Type, and base of the mount.

    19.B.2
    Offensive Characteristics
    Rider and mount use their own respective Offensive Characteristics.

    19.B.3
    Global and Defensive Characteristics
    The Multipart Model has a single set of Global Characteristics and a single set of Defensive Characteristics. Always use the values in the mount’s profile, except when that value is “C”. In this case, “C” refers to the value in the Character’s profile which is used instead. Sometimes, a value is written as “C + X”. In this case, use the Character’s value, increased by X.
    For example, if a Character (Armour 0) rides a horse (Armour C + 2), wears Heavy Armour (+2 Armour), and carries a Shield (+1 Armour), the Multipart Model has an Armour equal to: 0 + 2 + 2 + 1 = 5.

    19.B.4
    Model Rules
    Model Rules connected to specific model parts (such as Attack Attributes, Special Attacks, and weapons) are only applied to this model part. Other Model Rules (such as Universal Rules, Character, Armour, and Personal Protections) are applied to the Multipart Model as normal.
    Remember that models with Massive Bulk (all models of Gigantic Height) ignore Armour and Personal Protections from the rider.

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