Hi, its my first topic and i want to say im chilean, so my language is Spanish, and sorry if my english isnt good enough :c , the question is something like that:
When losing a combat, the participating units have to retreat, and if the area retreating is empty , its considered a " legal " area to be chosen, but , as i know, routed units can't take control of an area , for example if the retreating player controls 6 castles/stronhold , and he retreats to the "number 7 " , the routed units won't give him the victory beacuse they can't control the area, the question is then… " ¿When and How , routed units control the area they retreat to ? "
The possible answer is : "At the end of the turn, when they are not more routed "
But the thing is that i think that it is like "too nice or favorable" lose combats and retreat sometimes, it suposse to be a bad thing , and if the units are not killed that turn, retreating is like a " Free Move " to conquer the empty area where the units are retreating.
What do you think of that?
Im " using a house rule " that force the retreated player to put an March Order to control the area, if there are 2 or more units the player must leave at least one in the are to stablish control, or ove all the units but leaving a power token
Hope you can understand my english and waiting for your opinions C: