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denny
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If cavalry unit had moved earlier in the turn , would it then be able to move during later order conversion opportunities during the combat phase?

Is it a single move per turn , in other words?


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David
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Posted by: @denny

If cavalry unit had moved earlier in the turn , would it then be able to move during later order conversion opportunities during the combat phase?

Yes.

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denny
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ah ok, so cavalry can move more than once in the same turn, how about Infantry going from [S] to [A] during the combat phase, order conversions, after already moving in the movement phase.


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David
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Posted by: @denny

ah ok, so cavalry can move more than once in the same turn

Yeah, there is no "per turn" move quotient or allowance, a given Unit could move a ton of times: Cavalry Formation moves during Movement, a Unit of the Formation moves during Ploy/Deploy, the Formation converts at the start of Combat and moves up to a full move again, some Units score breakthroughs and advance, maybe then retire or rout, moving yet more, then the Formation takes an Assessment and Retreats [RT] pulling back a long distance.

Posted by: @denny

how about Infantry going from [S] to [A] during the combat phase, order conversions, after already moving in the movement phase.

The Support Conversion (4.1.3) says infantry converting from Support [S] to Attack [A] *may* move to contact with enemies within 450 yards and 45º of its Units' frontal arc. So, yes, it could potentially move during that time.

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