I hate to blow you up with another question, but I noticed something strange yesterday. I has a number of leaders with initiative across the map and in each case, when I selected a corps to move, or just just a cavalry division, into an enemy owned region, the regions would light up as if they were eligible for moving into, but I would get no green arrow allowing me to move into the region. I could move into friendly-held regions, however. Again, the enemy-held regions were lit up as if I could move into them. Some of the regions, in fact, I had raided or scouted with cavalry in previous turns that I was suddenly unable to move it to. This was not in the winter period, either.
In the same turn (which I have not yet completed), I tried moving forces with initiative from the region east of New Orleans into New Orleans proper, which on the map is connected by land, but wasn't given the option to move in that direction. Do I need to move amphibiously into New Orleans?
Thanks again for your help!
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