Joseignacio -> RE: supply unit (1/10/2019 7:34:11 AM)
I was thinking the same. In RAW8 they behave differently. This would be RAW8
2.4.2. Tracing supply
To be in supply, a unit must be able to trace a supply path back to a
primary supply source.
A primary supply source for a unit is:
• any friendly city in the unit’s unconquered home country; or
• for a Commonwealth (CW) unit, any friendly city in another
unconquered CW home country; or
• any friendly city in an unconquered home country of a major
power (UK’s home country in the case of the Commonwealth)
the unit co-operates with (see 18.1).
Example: Germany declares war on Poland. Polish units that can
trace a supply path to a friendly controlled city in Poland are in
supply. They are also in supply if they can trace a path to any British
city (because Poland co-operates with the Commonwealth).
DiF option 14: (Supply units) An HQ is a primary supply source for the
rest of the turn if you expend a face-up supply unit (see 22.3) it is stacked
with. You may do this anytime during the action stage, even during your
Alternatively, during each of your impulses (not your opponents’), each
of your face-up supply units is a primary supply source for one non-HQ
unit it is stacked with until the end of your impulse. This does not expend
or turn face-down the supply unit. You may do this each impulse (to the
same or a different unit).
13.5 Final reorganisation
Turn all face-down units face-up (including units out of supply, and
those that have stayed at sea).
Option 35: (Isolated reorganisation) Neutral units and units at sea (DiF
option 14: and supply units along with 1 unit each supply unit is stacked
with) are now turned face-up. Turn each other unit face-up unless it is out
of supply and it cannot trace a basic supply path (including overseas, see
2.4.2) of any length back to a primary supply source for that unit.