I'm having trouble applying the Hedges Notes from Heroes of Normandy during gameplay. Hear me out and let me know if I have it correct! Blocks LOS traced through or along the Hedge from the same level . . . So, right off the bat the table stakes are, at the same level, Hedges block LOS. Exception 1) Doesn't block LOS to a hex in which the hex forms a hexside This one seems to be the least descriptive of the three exceptions. I read it as the typical can see the target adjacent to it type of LOS. Like in this image with the German targeting the American (with that "treat all Bocage as Hedges" SSR). Ruling: Clear LOS Exception 2) when traced FROM a hex through a Hedge that forms one of the hex's side Seems to be the reverse of the #1; From the American hex through the Hedge that forms one of the American's hex's sides. Ruling: Clear LOS Exception 3) when the LOS is traced form [sic] the firing hex along a Hedge that connects the firing hex to the target hex. So as long as the Hedge spine directly connects the target and firing hexes, LOS is good. Well, that is how I am reading it. Something feels wrong though. I suspect it is with #1 but can't figure it out. Are we basically saying that units adjacent to the hedge can see out but those not adjacent to the Hedge can't see in? Is there a defensive advantage to Hedges? I can't figure out what it is. Who can help clear this up for me? Thanks!