|Michael Gorman on 22 Jul 2002 18:45:03 -0000|
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|Re: [eia] wording|
At 01:20 PM 7/22/2002 -0500, you wrote:
On the cyberboard map, I can't tell if there is a river. On the electronic map we used when Tom was trying to put a program together, it looks like there is a river on both sides of Silistra. Therefore, I assumed I was having to cross a river for the attack. If there is no river, it is quite unfortunate since I chose my chit assuming I was vulnerable to the river crossing tables on the cordon defense chit.Thus spake "Kyle H": > > > Bagraton, 1I and 1C corps detach a 5pt garrison in Silistra and move one> > space south to engage the Turkish corps in the forest and across the river> ($2) > > What do you mean by "and across the river"? You do realize that your > movement stops as soon as you enter a space containing an enemy corps. You > cannot continue moving after the field battle. And you did not cross a > river. So I'm puzzled as to what "and across the river" could mean. > > kdh I wondered about that too. There's no river the Russians can cross and still be attacking my corps south of Silistra, at least not sensibly. Mike could use his extra movement to cross and recross the Danube, I suppose. -- J.
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