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Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 00:55
by AirsoftAlex
GuitarMan wrote:
AirsoftAlex wrote:
GuitarMan wrote:I'm English, hence honour. And my country used to own your country.

And my country saved you from the Germans. (and now I enter a realm where I will surely be beaten and my arguments made invalid)


Cake.

I win.

I submit, alas I have been trounced.

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 01:01
by Subotai45
No, because the cake is a lie.

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 01:04
by ferdy0
Subotai45 wrote:No, because the cake is a lie.


BLASPHEMY

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Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 01:24
by AirsoftAlex
:o

I would love that, then I could drink it without my mother getting mad at me!

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 03:06
by Geonosis70
Base unit movement is 1 province a turn. This can be increased by technology or railroads. If railroads exist in enemy provinces, you can only use them if you have built a supply depot in that province.

I was hoping this would maybe be different for Cavalry.

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 03:59
by WeepyChief
giumarello70 wrote:
Base unit movement is 1 province a turn. This can be increased by technology or railroads. If railroads exist in enemy provinces, you can only use them if you have built a supply depot in that province.

I was hoping this would maybe be different for Cavalry.


Well, organized cavalry doesn't necessarily move faster than infantry. Perhaps slightly faster, but more of a 1.5, especially if railroads are a 2.

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 12:53
by GuitarMan
Cavalry should move faster than infantry. How would moving one and a half provinces work?

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 12:55
by ferdy0
GuitarMan wrote:Cavalry should move faster than infantry. How would moving one and a half provinces work?


no-one would send just Cavalry unless they were scouting and thats done in a differant way, so most likely they would be sent with inf and would stay together as a group, also if the cav unit moves fast it will subtract from its effectiveness in battle

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 13:32
by WeepyChief
GuitarMan wrote:Cavalry should move faster than infantry. How would moving one and a half provinces work?


It wouldn't work. I was just guessing how fast they could move relative to infantry, in terms of speed.

Re: History of the World Provisional Rules

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2013, 17:14
by Kithchener
ferdy0 wrote:
GuitarMan wrote:Cavalry should move faster than infantry. How would moving one and a half provinces work?


no-one would send just Cavalry unless they were scouting e


Unless they were catching up with the rest of the army.

Cavalry really needs to be thought about, they are becoming an obsolete unit by this point in history.