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Changing Orders - 4/6/2004 8:49:08 PM   
warren_peace

 

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I was playing the Ulm Campaign as the Austrians. I retreated Mack and all his corps to Augsberg, had my Operations Center, retreat point and hospital at Munich. All my corps had their orders set to "Hold". After engaging the French, all of my corps now had "fallback" orders even though I never changed the setting. Why did this happen?

PS I won the game using this strategy. THe French just kept attacking and most of the time lost.
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Falling Back from Battle - 4/7/2004 5:16:15 PM   
EricLarsen

 

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warren_peace,
Did some units of those corps get involved in battle? When elements of a corps get trashed in battle that can cause the corp HQ to want to fallback. Heck even if the corp wins it could want to fallback if it's elements suffered heavy casualties. If those corps did not have any elements involved in battle then the corp HQ's should not be changing their stance.
Eric

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