3 ways conflict

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3 ways conflict

Postby miahiv » 26 Mar 2008, 23:03

Hi,

I have two questions:

First one:
We have Player A in Munich, Player B in Ruhr and Player C in Bohum.
A - Munich holds
B - Ruhr -> Munich
C - Bohum -> Munich
Is this a standoff and A keeps Munich?

Second one:
Can I move a fleet from Liverpool to Clyde and then to Edinburgh

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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby chazem130 » 26 Mar 2008, 23:19

munich stays and bohema and ruhr bounce unless they support one another. and im pretty sure u can move liverpool to clyde but im not sure why u would want to because if ur looking for a convoy to norway just move it to edinburgh.
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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby Master Radishes » 27 Mar 2008, 01:16

Munich wouldn't be dislodged anyway, unless one of the attacks had support. But even if they both had support, yes, they would bounce out and player A keeps Munich. Neither would take it until one has more support than the other one.

And yes, a fleet in Liverpool can move -> Clyde -> Edinburgh.
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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby chazem130 » 27 Mar 2008, 03:00

isnt that wat i said or r u just officializing my response.
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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby miahiv » 27 Mar 2008, 11:26

So then can I move directly Liverpool -> Edinburgh?

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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby mdmuff » 27 Mar 2008, 14:41

miahiv wrote:So then can I move directly Liverpool -> Edinburgh?

thx


With an army, yes.
With a fleet, no.
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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby chazem130 » 28 Mar 2008, 02:47

yea
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Re: 3 ways conflict

Postby revans » 28 Mar 2008, 03:43

chazem130 wrote:isnt that wat i said or r u just officializing my response.


You said in your previous response "I'm pretty sure..." Master Radishes was confirming. Plus it's common in this section for 3 people to sometimes weigh in and just lend their support that the answer was correct, or to restate it in a different way that might make more sense or explain further. So it's not a sleight on your opinion, it happens all the time.
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