"Defending terrain check"

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pmarvin
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"Defending terrain check"

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I THINK I'd like to include this as an option to be displayed on the unit counters, but I can't find this term "Defending terrain check" in the manual anywhere. What does this value tell me?
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RE: "Defending terrain check"

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Can't remember seeing that. Where did you see it?
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I believe that Defending Terrain Check is the DF modified by terrain.
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RE: "Defending terrain check"

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1. Saw it as one of the many options for display on the unit counters.
2. Bob: Your answer certainly makes sense: that it would be a statement of defensive value of the terrain. I assume also that "DF modified by terrain" refers to a single-unit value, rather than that of the whole stack.
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ORIGINAL: pmarvin

I assume also that "DF modified by terrain" refers to a single-unit value, rather than that of the whole stack.

Yes, but there is also a stack version as well.
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