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Guys this is the freaking FOURTH time that I placed orders for Ion to Tun only to see my unit move to Gre instead. today I was staring at my orders for the last 30 minutes before the phase change ... and I KNOW I placed orders for Tunis. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. (gameID=17437)
in Game 18212, I have the option to build 2 units, that is correct. I control the SC in Sweden, but I get no option to build there, an army nor a fleet. I can build elsewhere, but Sweden does not appear as an option.
I am not complaining to the Admins as if this is a big or unfair... I am new to the game, so I am asking anyone if this might be part of the rules and there might be a valid reason this is not allowed?
http://www.webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=16852 Just finished this game and thought it might interest people. Italy ended up with a pretty good stalemate line against England and France, but with enough free SCs within the line to win. It became a race between Italy trying to gobble up the last few SCs before England and France could break through.
Can you support a enemy's attack on your own troops?
If I remember correctly, if you make a supported attack on your own troops it will fail. But what if you use one of your units to support the enemy's attack on one of your troops? Will that support be effective?