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They appear to move 3 times faster than the normal infantry, in reg. snow.

I ran units on flat ground and units down a steep hill to compare.

The units coming down the hill did gain a little more ground but not much, about 10 meters in 200.

They tired at about the same time.

The interesting thing was watching them come down the hill, they would vary speed, but not always faster when steeper but at least sometimes. The level of how tired they are will impact the speed the most, slow no matter what direction when tired.

It appears maybe going down the hill might save a little energy but not much, so I am guessing maybe they will tire faster going up hill.

Learn to run some test in maps you create, that is the best way to get data that helps you know how units will react.

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