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Originally posted by GM Rikoo GM Rikoo wrote:

For the purposes of combat, lochs, lakes and tarns are treated like small hills.

Is there a reason why lakes are small hills, and not fresh water? Aren't the modifiers the same for each (0 for all units)? Does this mean that hill gear like hill tribe spears will get a +12% bonus when attacking lakes?

I know it's a nitpick, but the decision just seems so strange that I had to ask.
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Swamps could increase clay production, though.
And, you could probably find *something* to eat in a swamp.

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