I'm looking for a better word that better illustrates "movement", such as how "Jump" is better illustrated as "Acrobatics". I'm already aware of the word "Athletics", but that seems more synonymous with general endurance and physical aptitude, instead of the act of simply moving/translating between point A to B. I am using this for internal naming conventions for my game, which is a 3D turn based strategy game. Each actor you control is capable of jumping to higher positions via their "Acrobatics" score, a value between 0-12, and moving to new cells of the map based upon their "Movement" score, up to a maximum of 12 cells away.
Edit: To further lessen the gap of ambiguity, here is how the attribute system works in my game.
In my game, you control a group of four units, ranging in various classes (Or Birthrights as I call them), such as Paladin, Warrior, Ranger, Rogue, Priest, Arcanist, Bard, etc. These "actors" as I internally call them, each have their own individual "Grimoire". A Grimoire is like a Sphere Grid in Final Fantasy. You can place various "Glyphs" into the nodes of your Grimoire. Such glyphs are "Strength Glyph" "Agility Glyph" "Stamina Glyph", etc. This is how your characters grow and become stronger. My game does not have a level up mechanic. You gain Glyphs, and it's up to you how you develop your Grimoire(s). The Grimoire also has special Glyphs that you can find/purchase, like ones that increase the probablity of scoring a Critical Strike, or increasing your ability to Jump to higher ledges, or even move further during your turn. However, these Glyphs are more rare than casual Strength and Agility Glyphs; you can only use 12 maximum Movement/Acrobatics Glyphs per Grimoire.
My Primary Attribute System is located here.
And the BattleAttribute System, which this question pertains to, is located here (Still in development).
And the list of how my attributes work is located here.
Here is an example of the word being used: "In this game you can increase your "movement" by gaining and spending "Movement Glyphs" in your actor's Grimoire."
What is a more viable synonym for "Movement" in this scenario?