so this paragraph is a little confusing to some of the players in my area
Units may spend AP to move on the Battlefield. For every AP spent on
Movement, the Unit may move in any direction up to their MV statistic
as measured in inches (in). Moving Units may turn freely as long as the
total linear Movement does not exceed their MV. The Unit does not have
to use its entire MV statistic in a given action, but any remaining unused
distance is wasted. Spending an AP on Movement that brings a Unit into
BtB contract with an enemy Unit is a Charge.
NOTE: Units cannot end their Movement with their base
overlapping another Unit’s base.
the way it reads when u move u pick a direction and move in a strait line only ie.
so if you wish to turn at all you stop even if you dont use your full mv then spend another ap to move in the new direction
for example you have mv 4 and 3 ap and you you want to turn in your movement to say attack a guy behind a building
and no strait line to reach the enemy it would take 2 ap to get to him say he is 1 inch past the corner and 2 inches from the model to the corner so 3in away so 2 ap due to move 2in to the corner then another ap for the last inch to the model
the confusing part is the words linear and turn freely in the same sentance