Does the climbing distance include an extra square for a horizontal move?
An example to clarify ...
Character is at the bottom of a 15' vertical cliff, no special effects, so each square of climbing costs an extra square of movement.
From standing at the bottom to standing on the top square at the edge of the cliff, does it take 6 or 7 squares of movement?, i.e.
- 6 being 2, 2 for two vertical climbing movements, and 2 for a diagonal climbing onto the cliff top
- 7 being 2, 2, 2 for three vertical climbing movements, plus 1 to move horizontally
I recollect reading somewhere the final square of movement was "diagonal", from the climbing, to the standing ... but I can't find it, so I'm wondering if I'm confusing with an other system