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Fall 444BC

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2015, 07:39
by Morg
Fall is posted, Retreats are here.

I will need retreats by 2300PST Thursday the 17th/0700GMT Friday the 18th

I will need retreats from:
Han-2
Yan-1

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Fall orders were:
Chu-Imago Dei
Yelang MOVE Shu
Nanzheng SUPPORT Yelang to Shu
Quren SUPPORT Hanchung to hold
Hanchung SUPPORT Danyang to Xizhou
Danyang MOVE Xizhou
Xu SUPPORT Zheng to Yangzai
Chen SUPPORT Zheng to Yangzai
Cai MOVE Jiujiang
Wu MOVE Jiuyi
Sishui SUPPORT Wu to Jiuyi
Songyang MOVE Wu

Chen-Gnaah
F Jiuyuan H
F Yong S Xianyang H

Han-Gavrilo Princip
Louyang MOVE Zheng
Yangzhai SUPPORT Louyang > Zheng Support Cut, Dislodged 1v3, Retreat Needed
Anyi MOVE Tang Bounce 1v2
Xianyang MOVE Anyi Bounced
Xizhou Dislodged 1v2, Retreat Needed

Wei-Zurn
F Linzi-Bo Hai Bounced 1v1
F Diqui-Linzi Bounced
A Libei S Wu-Jiuyi
A Lu S Wu-Jiuyi
A Wei-Ye Bounced 1v1
A Shantang S Wei-Ye Support Cut
A Pingyang S Tang
A Tang H
F Shang-Jiuyuan Bounced 2v2
A Zheng-Yangzhai

Yan-KingSolomon9
F East China Sea S F Juiyi - Wu
F Juiyi - Wu Dislodged 3v4, Retreat Needed
A Donghai S F Jiadong - Linzi
F Jiadong - Linzi Bounced 2v2
A Ji - Guangyan
A Juyongguan S A Ji - Guangyang
F Yuyang - Bo Hai Bounced 1v1
F Liaoxi - Liaodong Bay
A Yanmen - Hedong
A Jinyang - Shantang Bounced 1v1
A Handan - Ye Bounced 1v1

Re: Fall 444BC

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2015, 08:12
by zurn
Again, although this doesn't change anything, technically the Jiuyi-Wu attack is of strength 3, because F East China Sea is supporting into a river province and lends 2 support to the 1 from the Jiuyi unit. (A fleet at sea attacking or supporting into a river province does so with strength 2. Note the reverse, river into sea, is not true.)

Re: Fall 444BC

PostPosted: 17 Sep 2015, 05:47
by Morg
zurn wrote:Again, although this doesn't change anything, technically the Jiuyi-Wu attack is of strength 3, because F East China Sea is supporting into a river province and lends 2 support to the 1 from the Jiuyi unit. (A fleet at sea attacking or supporting into a river province does so with strength 2. Note the reverse, river into sea, is not true.)


*sigh*

At least I correctly got the equally crazy and chaotic rules around Linzi correctly notated. Thanks for reminding me though.

Re: Fall 444BC

PostPosted: 17 Sep 2015, 06:00
by zurn
Morg wrote:At least I correctly got the equally crazy and chaotic rules around Linzi correctly notated.


Yes. :)