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Super rivers and retreat - 5/13/2019 7:27:41 PM   
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Do super rivers block retreat? I tried the search function in the manual, but didn't find anything. I would assume super rivers do block retreat (unless the retreating unit has ferry bridging teams attached), but I just wanted to be sure before I run the next round of combats.
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RE: Super rivers and retreat - 5/13/2019 8:48:48 PM   
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Do super rivers block retreat? I tried the search function in the manual, but didn't find anything. I would assume super rivers do block retreat (unless the retreating unit has ferry bridging teams attached), but I just wanted to be sure before I run the next round of combats.


Yes. Super rivers block retreat unless the unit has it's own bridging/ferry equipment.

Haven't seen you in the AE forum lately....GP

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RE: Super rivers and retreat - 5/13/2019 11:34:52 PM   
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Thanks for the help. It just would have been nice if the manual could have spelled that one out.

Yes, I have been away from the Matrix forums for awhile. I used to play a lot of WiTP AE, but my PBEM opponent passed away midway through the game, and I never really got back into it. Played a bunch of relatively mindless games for a bit (Civilization, Panzer Corps and Total War) before jumping into TOAW4. I got whiplash going from those games to this. Actually have to think and plan again.

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RE: Super rivers and retreat - 5/13/2019 11:48:07 PM   
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I remember someone passing about a year ago. Was that him? What side do you typically play?....GP

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RE: Super rivers and retreat - 5/14/2019 10:07:37 AM   
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My opponent was Bill Greenman (Khyberbill). It was about 2 or 3 years ago that he passed away.

I usually play as Japan in WiTP AE.

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