Supports and takeovers

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Supports and takeovers

Postby samlaskin » 29 Apr 2017, 01:06

If a unit is occupying a supply center that is owned by another country, can it support another unit and still take over the supply center?

This is winter by the way
Example: Turkey Army in Moscow (currently belonging to Russia) supports Turkish Army Ukraine to Warsaw
Will the unit in Moscow still take over the supply center, even though it is supporting another unit?
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Re: Supports and takeovers

Postby WHSeward » 29 Apr 2017, 01:09

Yes. In order to take control of an SC, you must occupy the SC at the end of a fall turn. It does not matter how the unit occupying the SC ordered. Indeed, a unit could even retreat into an SC during fall retreats and take control of an SC that way.
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