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#1 guderian2

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 09:15 AM

Hi to all,

we played today Slavelot Express scenario and some doubts emerged abouth these two cards.

Desperate defenders: This operation card allow the americans to "attack at half firepower even if they are pinned or disrupted", but can a disrupted unit fire back when assaulted? An assault fire defense isn't an attack, but the card can be read extensively as "the untits can fire at 1/2 when they would be able to fire if they were not dissrupted".

Supply priority: This Strategy card says "When activating another strategy card, your cost is reduced by one". Does "another" means:

- All the command cards you play from now on?

- One card per command phase?

- Only one card? (This is what exactly means "another", but then the card is useless).

P.d: Slavelot Express was an unbalanced scenario, but preety cool.

 

 



#2 KlausFritsch

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 02:52 AM

guderian2 said:

Desperate defenders: This operation card allow the americans to "attack at half firepower even if they are pinned or disrupted", but can a disrupted unit fire back when assaulted? An assault fire defense isn't an attack, but the card can be read extensively as "the untits can fire at 1/2 when they would be able to fire if they were not dissrupted".

Supply priority: This Strategy card says "When activating another strategy card, your cost is reduced by one". Does "another" means:

I'm not sure about the desperate defenders, but I would let them fire as defenders in an assault.

Supply priority: All strategy cards you activate from then on cost one less CP.






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