Moving Chariots
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A chariot moves at the same speed as the creatures that are pulling it. Because they are massive, lumbering war machines, chariots can never march, although they do double their move when charging, in the same way as other models. When moving a chariot, simply measure the distance and move it. There is no need to turn or wheel, though the chariot still has to have a line of sight to any enemy that it is going to charge. In effect, chariots can turn to face any direction (pivoting around the centre of the model) at any point during their move and as many times as they like without reduction to movement.

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