This has never actually come up in a game I've played, and I'm sure the answer is an obvious one, but just to check the concensus
Q: Does a hero using Spiritwalker to attack benefit from Command if his actual space is in range of the commander or if the hero through whom he is spiritwalking is in range of the commander?
A: The attack is made as if the attacker were in the space occupied by his ally, so he only receives the benefit from Command and similar effects if the ally’s square is in range of them. However, the hero is always in range of himself, if he has the Command ability.
Does this count if the spiritwalker is making an attack through the character with command? Command states that it affects all figures within 3 spaces, including the one with command, but between it making special note of including that figure and the strange ruling that aura doesn't affect figures passing through the space of figure with aura, I thought it was worth checking!
Basically, does command affect the space that the commanding figure is stood on, or only the commanding figure itself?