This section contains all the common rules for moving armies on the tabletop. The same rules govern almost all movement, including the movement of chargers and most compulsory moves. Any exceptions chat apply to chargers and fleeing troops are discussed separately. Also, a few creatures move in a special way, flying monsters for example. These are exceptions to the usual rules which, for the sake of convenience, are discussed elsewhere.
Moving an army is an important and often decisive part of the Warhammer game. When opposing commanders are well-matched, movement can be as challenging and as satisfying as a game of chess. However, unlike a chessboard, the tabletop is not divided into exact squares. Instead, movement is determined using a measuring tape or ruler.
The nature of the game, the varied terrain it is fought over and the stability of the models themselves means that it is impossible to be absolutely accurate about the movement of troops - the odd fraction of an inch will inevitably disappear as lines are neatened and models edged together. On the whole, chis need not cause concern during play as it is better co keep the game flowing rather than worrying about unavoidable precision. It is recommended that where a move is especially important or an exact measurement is critical, it is good practice co agree what you are doing with your opponent before moving troops.