Artillery fire and intervening terrain features
 Rules Questions    Started by Francesco Guerriero   2017-04-15 12:36:53 +02:00   Comments: 3    Viewed: 59

  1. Francesco Guerriero
    Francesco Guerriero Member Treviso
    Hi all,

    at page 46 the rules state that the shot is blocked by a terrain feature between the unit and the target.
    In case of artillery fire this seems reasonable if the terrain feauture are hills, woods and forests.

    Do you think that artillery can fire (a round shot at least) over fields, enclosed fields, broken ground and marshes?

    Thanks

    Francesco Guerriero
    Aquile di Gaeta
    Francesco Guerriero, 2017-04-15 12:36:53 +02:00
  2. Hi Francesko,

    We play this rule as type of line of sight. If the target unit can be seen, then your artilleryshould be able to shoot at it if in its zone of fire. As forests and hills block line of sight...we don't shoot in this case. Hope that makes sense!

    Cheers

    Christophe
    Jean-Christophe Devorsine, 2017-04-15 13:14:06 +02:00
  3. Francesco Guerriero
    Francesco Guerriero Member Treviso
    Ciao Christophe,

    it absolutely makes sense ... thanks

    Francesco
    Francesco Guerriero, 2017-04-16 17:31:14 +02:00
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