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Scharnhorst Questiont
« on: July 07, 2017, 07:10:23 AM »
Just a simple question for Sam or the play testers, I have just started to use the Scharnhorst Campaigning, can anyone tell me the difference between a small hill and a large hill as they both can be 3BW in diameter, making them the same size, is it simple, i.e. Small hills are flat topped and large have crests ?  Same question about a small wood and a large one, both can be the same size

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Re: Scharnhorst Questiont
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2017, 05:44:37 AM »
Whilst I am not Sam nor a playteseter, i'll give answerering a shot.

According to the book, Small Hills/Woods can be 2-3 BW and Large Hills/woods can 3-4 BW in size.

The only difference is the size of their footprints, so you COULD make them both exactly 3BW in size, however if the placer placed it he would (hopefully) want to get maximum benefit from it and would therefore make it as large as the terrain collection would allow.