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Falling damage

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Apologies if I've missed something obvious, but I can't find falling damage in the 3E  rule book. How has falling damage changed from 2E? Thanks

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Page 14 of the PDF, 5th paragraph.

 

If a model is ever without any ofits base
supported by terrain or the table that model
falls and suffers falling damage equal to half
the distance it fel in inches¸ rounded down.
It then continues any remaining portion of its
movement as normal.

 

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8 minutes ago, Vangerdahast said:

Page 14 of the PDF, 5th paragraph.

 

If a model is ever without any ofits base
supported by terrain or the table that model
falls and suffers falling damage equal to half
the distance it fel in inches¸ rounded down.
It then continues any remaining portion of its
movement as normal.

 

Thank you! Page 50 of the printed rules, I see it now. It would have been handy if falling had appeared in the index. 

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3 hours ago, Maniacal_cackle said:

Oh, does this mean if a model climbs a height one fence, it doesn't need to climb down to avoid damage? It only takes 1" of move to move over a fence height 1?

Yep.  It's worth noting that in 2nd edition, you explicitly suffered no damage for falls of 2" or less.

In this edition, it works out about the same, if you climb down a fraction of an inch to get below 2" when you fall.

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