Michael Gorman on Sun, 10 Sep 2006 10:09:08 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [eia] question about reinforcing a battle

At 09:14 AM 9/10/2006, you wrote:
> > reinforce.  Then, after all field combats are concluded, sieges are
> > conducted (and the non-phasing player may or may not announce a "garrison
> > attacks" combat, as he sees fit).
>I'm not sure what you mean here.  Shouldn't a "garrison attacks" combat only
>happen when the phasing player controls the garrison ?  You can't initiate a
>siege combat in either direction unless it is your land phase, correct ?
>Also, keep in mind that combats only disqualify forces from reinforcing if
>the combats are taking or going to take place in the same power's land turn
>as the battle to be reinforced.  Combats that happen during other players'
>(or Combined players') turns, even in the same month, do not disqualify you
>from reinforcing.

There is only one combat turn for a combined movement force so it would 
never be possible for a combined set of players to fight a battle and 
reinforce another battle by another member of the combined force.  Combined 
players don't have separate turns.

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