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Movement Oddities - 4/10/2005 10:20:46 AM   
PeterF

 

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Example 1: The four Japanese carrier groups move out to bomb PH, parking two hexes NW of the port. There is an Allied transport in the PH area (N Paciific 18). Each time, the first wave, given the destination of PH (Hawaiian Islands)- confirmed by the green arrow- stops and engages the transport. The three following waves fly over their engaged comrade into Pearl Harbor.

Example 2: Bomber in N Italy is give the mission of bombing Allied unt in Sardinia. Green arrow confirms we've got the right destination. Each time Bomber pulls up and lands in ungarrisoned Corsica.


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RE: Movement Oddities - 4/10/2005 2:48:02 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: PeterF

Example 1: The four Japanese carrier groups move out to bomb PH, parking two hexes NW of the port. There is an Allied transport in the PH area (N Paciific 18). Each time, the first wave, given the destination of PH (Hawaiian Islands)- confirmed by the green arrow- stops and engages the transport. The three following waves fly over their engaged comrade into Pearl Harbor.

Example 2: Bomber in N Italy is give the mission of bombing Allied unt in Sardinia. Green arrow confirms we've got the right destination. Each time Bomber pulls up and lands in ungarrisoned Corsica.


Anybody?


Just a thought, are they stopped because they reveal new units somewhere and therefore cannot go back past that point?... this kind of stuff happens to me when this is the case.

I see it most noteably when moving U-Boats around the Atlantic, if they reveal something not revealed before they moved (like that HUGE fleet north of Scotland or something), then they stop before reaching their final destination.

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RE: Movement Oddities - 4/10/2005 3:52:14 PM   
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Select the unit again and keep moving. That happens often at sea when new units are discovered,

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RE: Movement Oddities - 4/10/2005 5:07:53 PM   
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Select the unit again and keep moving. That happens often at sea when new units are discovered


That did the trick.
In the case of example 2, it seems that Corsica and Sardinia, contrary to the graphic, represent one island.

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