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  1. Only areas with a unit can have orders, that includes garrisons. The advantage of home bases, it that you can leave it unoccupied and it is still yours without leaving a power token behind. If an opposing house takes over your garrison, and for whatever reason vacates it without leaving a token, the ownership automatically reverts back to it's original house.
  2. Ships cannot march or "attack" land areas or vice versa….. Enjoying the game?
  3. Believe me Joey, if I could play a full fledged 6 player game I would! I have 2 friends who are into the Song of Ice and Fire and gaming…otherwise I have pulled another person in but they aren't going to be regulars. I hope someone answers my local games post. I'd love to form a regular group.
  4. Joey, This is great advice. So, since Stark starts the game with a ship in the Shivering Sea, I should be moving that unit IMMEDIATLEY into the Narrow. Then Muster another ship in Whie Harbor? If I wait to Muster a Ship into the narrow from White Harbor and leave my Ship in Shivering for support purposes I would need to wait a round. This maybe difficult depending on Bara On land, you think it's wise to march both of my starting units out of Winterfell, and into Castle Black and Stoney Shore? This would allow me to o put a foothold into the Narrow Sea, while also simultainously gaining a Crown and Barrell. Leaving Winterfell would prevent me from mustering (unless the card was drawn in RD 2's Westeros phase), but since I intend to muster ship units in White Harbor does it matter? Is the land menuever too aggresive early on?
  5. Hey guys, I really want to find a group that would like to play GOT regularly. I'm from Brewster NY, and could travel up to an hour to play. Poughkeepsie NY is close. One of my favorite comic book /gaming shops is The Lion's Den which is on RT 9 in Wappingers Falls (Poughkeepsie). They hold a lot of gaming events there for various card games….maybe we could set one up for Game? I also work in the Monroe, CT area. So that puts me striking distance to the Danbury or even Bridgeport CT area. I like to shop at Cave Comics, which is located in Newtown, right next door to my job. Cave is an awesome place but kinda small, but they do hold events for Warhammer, so maybe that can work too? I don't know. The fact of the matter is I love this game, and only 2 of my friends are into it. I want a full fleged experience. Hopefully I can hook up with some people!
  6. Arctic, Thanks man. I guess we weren't playing the Raid orders right. The Narrow Sea is very important, I'll keep that in mind next time I'm Stark. Since no one is answering my Stark Strategy post, let me ask you: How do you like to open as Stark? I feel like I need to grab as much of the north as I can early, so I can get the "Crowns" and Supply Barrells. But of course, I need more units, so am I wasting me first / second round with this strategy?
  7. I computer locked and this got posted a MILLION times…. I apologize for that. I can't erase thiese extras can I?
  8. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  9. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  10. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  11. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  12. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  13. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  14. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
  15. I mentioned in a previous post that I played as Stark for the first time last night. I was met with this very frustrating scenerio: I had a ship in the Shivering Sea, and a ship (eventually 2) in the port at White Harbor. My Baratheon opponent had a ship in The Narrow Sea. I kept trying to move my ships from the port in the Narrow, but I kept getting it taken away by a raid order. I could have used a march order in both the port and The Shivering Sea, and sacrifice one order so I could move. BUT, Baratheon was being supported by ships in Shipbreaker Bay, and since Land can't support Sea, I really needed support from my Shivering Sea Ship (or the ships in port, if I moved the other ship). This Stalemate scenerio continued throughout the game since Baratheon was higher than me on the Iron Throne track. How could I have handled this situation to control the Narrow Sea? If I play Stark, I feel like this scencerio can come up again. Thank you.
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