[Solved] Retired infantry/Cavalry acting as support  

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robbrr@msn.com
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05/05/2019 9:38 am  

Last question from our game yesterday, do units forced to retire as a result of combat, still count as rear support for the 2nd combat resulting from a breakthrough? Given our deployment, the front line battle wave units retired and functionally were in position to act as support for the 2nd battle wave, as there was not a 3rd wave.

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Rob

 


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David
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05/05/2019 9:49 am  

do units forced to retire as a result of combat, still count as rear support for the 2nd combat resulting from a breakthrough?

Yes. So long as the Unit which retired meets the criteria for providing support, (i.e. overlapping frontage within 225 yards) then yes.

-David


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