I'm new and I have a question about attacking

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I'm new and I have a question about attacking

Postby Highlander » 29 May 2008, 10:54

When you're attacking a country, do you support your attacking unit from a country adjacent to that unit or from a country adjacent to the country you're trying to attack?

It seems like the latter makes more sense, but for some reason I'm thinking it's not the case.
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Re: I'm new and I have a question about attacking

Postby Hyakari » 29 May 2008, 11:13

Trust your intuition mate! A supporting unit must be adjacent to the attacked zone. Well, not only adjacent, it must be able to enter that zone itself. For example, an army can't support a fleet in a sea zone, even when that army is adjacent to that sea zone.
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