Jump to content



Photo

movement clarification ?


  • Please log in to reply
2 replies to this topic

#1 warwagon6

warwagon6

    Member

  • Members
  • 2 posts

Posted 19 March 2010 - 04:05 PM

On page 6  in the arkham rule book under the heading   [ arkham movement ] it says ........ he receives movement points equal to his speed ......and on   page 13  in the arkham rule book says , under  the heading  of  [SPEED ] ........ ... also used to determine an investigators movement .So according to page 6 if my speed slider   is set on 4,   I would receive 4 movement points. Furthermore  according to page 13 if my speed slider is set on 4 then my movement is determined to be  4 space. So my question is if my speed  slider is set on 4, and I deside to move in Arkham , do I have to move  the whole 4 spaces or does this mean that I  can move from 1-4 spaces it is up to me? The rules dont say one way or the other. please reply



#2 Dam

Dam

    Member

  • Members
  • 7,291 posts

Posted 19 March 2010 - 08:25 PM

If your Speed is set at 4, you can move 0-4 spaces. On page 6 it says "A player may...", may means you can if you want, but don't have to move. OW movement isn't optional, but that's probably more due to the fact that you're wanting to get the hell out of there, fast .


"A dirty mind is its own reward."


#3 warwagon6

warwagon6

    Member

  • Members
  • 2 posts

Posted 20 March 2010 - 03:20 AM

thank you for your reply. I understood the word , [ May ] on  page 6 to mean that I could move my movement of 4 spaces or I could stay were I was it is up to me. And then it goes on to explain were you can move and finishes up by saying that it cost 1 movement point per space .It never say that you can move however many you want to move  from 1-4. So it not real clear on the subject

     thank you very much






© 2013 Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc. Fantasy Flight Games and the FFG logo are ® of Fantasy Flight Publishing, Inc.  All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Contact | User Support | Rules Questions | Help | RSS