Had a game a few days back in which some cavalry armed with long spears charged into a warband partially occupying a wood. About a third of the cavalry line had to enter the wood to get into contact.
I was a little surprised to then find out there was no 'clear terrain' restriction on long spears used by charging cavalry (unlike every other spear-like weapon used by mounted). Is this an oversight, or intentional?
Couple of related questions:
1) If the cavalry were using weapons specified as effective only in clear terrain, would it just be the figures in the wood restricted from using them to full effect, or the whole rank of figures in contact?
2) Is there any penalty (other than movement and some weapon restrictions) on mounted troops fighting in woods? Disruption, maybe?