Source: Warhammer Fantasy: 7th Edition

The Chariot Model
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A chariot, including its crew and the creatures pulling it, are considered to be a single model in the same way as a cavalry or monster model. Chariots normally move and fight individually in the same way as large monsters. Each chariot is, in effect, a unit of one model and it has a front (used to determine its arc of sight as normal), flanks and rear as normal. Chariots follow all the rules for normal units, except for the differences described in this section.

Chariots have separate characteristics for the chariot itself, the crew, and the creatures pulling it, but some characteristics are not included in the profile as they are never used.

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