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Postby job_07 » 23 May 2008, 17:47

When you attack a country that is attacking you do you switch places?
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Re: switchero

Postby Master Radishes » 23 May 2008, 18:03

Nope. If, say, Munich attacks Burgundy, and Burgundy attacks Munich, they simply bounce back to where they were. Now, if one of them had support in their attack, that's a different story; but if it's just one on one, then they bounce.
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Re: switchero

Postby Hyakari » 23 May 2008, 19:49

That's right. Two units can't switch, three (or more) units can rotate though.

p.e.:
A Gal-War
A War-Sil
A Sil-Gal

Galicia takes Warsaw, Warsaw takes Silesia and Silesia takes Galicia.
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