Also just to further clarify, both your and your opponents units count for range, but you can only hit your opponents units.
For example: You have a range 2 unit in your second row and a unit in your first row. Your opponent has a unit in his first and second row. In this case you can only hit the unit in your opponents front row because your own unit in front of you is taking up one of your range.
For another example: You have a unit in your back row with range 2. Your opponent has a unit in his second and a unit in his third row. Since you have no one else in front of you, you can hit either of your opponents units, they're both within your range.
Hope that was understandable and made things a little clearer.
The bunnies of Lavato have special abilities, like 'Action Skill: Make Carrot Disappear.'