In addition, unless Leningrad (Hexes X81, Y16 and X80, Y15) is German controlled, Finnish ground units may not attack enemy units that are in hexes south of the Svir River, nor may they attack enemy units in hexes X80,Y14, X81,Y14, X81,Y13 or X82,Y13 or any hexes south of this line. This line is displayed on the map and labelled the ‘Finnish No Attack Line’ (6.1). Though there is no prohibition from Finnish units moving into hexes south of this line, even if enemy controlled, Finnish units suffer a morale penalty if they are south of the Finnish no attack line. Finnish morale will drop by one each turn they are south of the no attack line if their morale is above the Finnish Morale Threshold. The threshold is 65 if one hex over the line, and is reduced by one for each additional hex south of the line. There is also an additional cumulative morale reduction of one point for each hex row east of hex row X100 for Finnish units.
1. Does this rule take effect even if Leningrad is in Axis hands?
2. Is this effect on national morale or the individual unit for the units that are south of the line.
3. If national morale: If the Finns all move back above the line, does the national morale recover back to 80?
4, If individual unit morale, does moving the unit back above the no attack line allow the unit morale to recover back up to national morale (80) using the recently installed national morale fix?
5. To be boringly pedantic, the southernmost no attack hex row is Y14. The no move line is Y22. Does that mean if a Finnish units are all the way to the no move line its morale can drop to 68 - (22-14) = 57 absent any other effect?