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In Twilight 2000, character creation includes crawl/walk/trot/run, but both in combat and travel these are supplanted by other values (e.g. a character could have a crawl speed of 3 but will crawl at 2 meters a turn according to the rulebook description of a crawl action).

Is this just an oversight, or are the alternate move speeds intended to be used in some other context, which I have missed?

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The 2 meters/turn crawl speed I can find referenced under Combat Movement along with crawl/walk/trot/run being listed as actions a character can perform in a combat round. However, I can find no reference to the crawl speed of 3, that you mention. The only other reference I can find for movement of men is 20/20 (on-road/off-road) from the Travel Movement Table of the Referee's Charts.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Whoops, you're right. A character creation aid I found had formulas for calculating movement rates, but I don't see it on the actual character sheet or the worksheet in the rulebook itself. It must be something that someone carried over from 2.0 or houseruled in. \$\endgroup\$ – Kyle Willey Sep 29 '15 at 23:18

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