Covering Terrain

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  • 20.A.c Covering Terrain
    Like models, Terrain Features may contribute to Cover when obscuring a fraction of the Target Facing or the Target Point from the enemy’s Line of Sight.

    For the purpose of counting as Cover, Terrain Features may distinguish:
    • Targets obscured behind the Terrain Feature. These units must have more than half of their Target Facing or their Target Point off the Terrain Feature, and the part of the Terrain Feature obscuring Line of Sight must be between the shooting model and its target.
    • Targets obscured inside the Terrain Feature. These units must have more than half of their Target Facing or their Target Point inside the Terrain Feature.
    • Targets obscured behind and/or inside the Terrain Feature: there is no need to determine where more than half of these units’ Target Facing or their Target Point lies (as long as it is obscured).

    Models always ignore any Terrain they are inside for drawing Line of Sight.
    20.A.c Covering Terrain
    Like models, Terrain Features may contribute to Cover when obscuring a fraction of the Target Facing or the Target Point from the enemy’s Line of Sight (See Cover and remember that Cover modifiers only apply if more than half of the Target Facing or the Target Point is obscured by Cover).

    For the purpose of counting as Cover, Terrain Features may distinguish:
    • Targets obscured behind the Terrain Feature. These units must have more than half of their Target Facing or their Target Point off the Terrain Feature, and the part of the Terrain Feature obscuring Line of Sight must be between the shooting model and its target.
    • Targets obscured inside the Terrain Feature. These units must have more than half of their Target Facing or their Target Point inside the Terrain Feature.
    • Targets obscured behind and/or inside the Terrain Feature: there is no need to determine where more than half of these units’ Target Facing or their Target Point lies (as long as it is obscured).

    Models always ignore any Terrain they are inside for drawing Line of Sight.

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