Page 22, bottom of the page, says:- “-2 if any type (except Shooters, Warband, Lurkers, Beasts, or Stronghold, or when vs. a Stronghold) is in Bad Going on or off-road, (whether in close combat, bespelling, bespelled, shooting or shot at).”
So for example: Spears shot at or bespelled in Good Going have a CF of 4(rear support only applies in close combat). Spears shot at or bespelled in Bad Going have a CF of 2(i.e. apply the -2). Spears shot at or bespelled in Woods have again a CF of 4(first -2 for Bad Going, but +2 for being in a Wood or BUA).
Could someone please confirm that this is correct, and that I need to amend my Crib Sheets in the Wiki...?
Perhaps the rules as written are actually as rules intended. There are only two main types of terrain (Ie good going and bad going not including impassable and rivers) unlike 3 in DBA3. Perhaps the argument is that some troop types being shot at in bad going can't duck and weave out of the way of magic arrows as they could in gppd gpoing. BUT some terrain does really get in the way of the arrows like trees and buildings so the -2 CF is neutralised by the =2. Not the strongest of arguments I admit!!