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two moves against one

#1 Post by charles738 » Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:18 am

A SC is free with two opponent units neighbours.
If both of them move and a third (not neighbour of the free sc, then can't suport the move) moves(=attacks) one of the two units, what happens?
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Re: two moves against one

#2 Post by charles738 » Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:26 am

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Re: two moves against one

#3 Post by charles738 » Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:28 am

charles738 wrote:
Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:18 am
A SC is free with two opponent units neighbours.
If both of them move TO THE SC and a third (not neighbour of the free sc, then can't suport the move) moves TO(=attacks) one of the two units, what happens?

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Re: two moves against one

#4 Post by Jamiet99uk » Sun Aug 01, 2021 9:50 am

charles738 wrote:
Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:18 am
A SC is free with two opponent units neighbours.
If both of them move and a third (not neighbour of the free sc, then can't suport the move) moves(=attacks) one of the two units, what happens?
If all of the attacks have a power of 1 (which they do in your example) then all the units would bounce and they'd finish the turn exactly as they started.

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Re: two moves against one

#5 Post by Claesar » Mon Aug 02, 2021 2:38 pm

A move action cancels the support given by the attacked unit, but not the move action. Nothing happens, as Jamie says.

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