converting units

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converting units

Postby jbirtwell » 30 May 2008, 03:43

In the board game I thought that after the Fall term you were allowed to change armys to fleets and vice versa? Can this feature be done here? For example if France had an army in Portugal after Fall 1900 is there any way it could convert that unit to a fleet?
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Re: converting units

Postby EarlOfWessex » 30 May 2008, 03:55

no. you can't just convert pieces.

you can disband however, if you are dislodged. then rebuild whatever unit you like on the fall turn(only in your home SC's). assuming your SC count stays the same.
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