So, I've been looking at the stats of some creatures and have noticed them having both Unnatural Agility and Unnatural Speed. Unnatural Speed says it doubles the Agility Bonus *after* all other factors have taken place, so does this mean if a creature with say Agility 50 with Unnatural Agility x2 would have a bonus of 10 that would then be doubled to *20* for determining movement speed?
I mean it usually says that whenever things get multiplied it just adds another multiplier making x2 into x3, but here it seems to specifically be calling for doubling whatever's there.
The reason I'm so curious about this is that from what I can tell the Lictor with Ag 50 that is Size (enormous) which the book says gets factored in as a +2 to the Agility Bonus means it's starting with an effective bonus of 7, that's doubled to 14 because of Unnatural Agility x2, it also has Quadreped which makes the modifier x3 for an AG bonus of 21, this is topped off by Unnatural speed which says it doubles the total AG bonus after taking everything else into account making the AG bonus for a Lictor when calculating movement 42.
This would give it a move of 42/84/126/252.
Is this right or have I gone mad? o.O