So I was thinking about movement and multiple action phases. The book says that your movement is divided evenly between all action phases, so if I have speed 2 I can walk 2 meters per action phase, or run 10 meters per action phase. Okay, check.
But I was wondering how you guys handle these situations:
-What if I walk 2 meters on my first action phase, then want to run on my second? Should my second action phase movement be 10m, and any running penalties only occur in the second phase?
-What if I run 10 meters in my first action phase, then want to walk? I suppose it would reverse, with a movement of 10m in the first phase, then a movement of 2 on the second. Should this let me ignore the running penalty in the second action phase?
It seemed weird to me that if you were trying to beat an opponent to an area on the map, and you win initiative, your opponent may beat you there if he has a LOWER speed than you simply because he can spend all his movement in one pass! But when I considered a house-rule letting you split movement however you like between all action phases as long as you don't exceed your movement rate (walking or running) for the turn, I get sticky answers to the above questions!
Thanks for any insights/opinions on this!