I will say that the allies seem to have an edge here. Especially when Russia is the Power that breaks the NAP.
The axis (Japan) aren't allowed to enter Mongolia w/o turning all the other strict neutrals even when they weren't the ones that broke the NAP (although if the Japs break the NAP they can kick some Russian butt).
Russia has repercussions if it enters Mongolia after it breaks the NAP (Mongo's become pro-axis), but the western allies can make attacks to clear Mongolian tt, when Russia breaks the NAP w/o repercussions. The later part still seems strange to me, wonder if I can take advantage of that.
I'm happy to say I have a better understanding of how it works now.
Russia has a sub & transport on the east coast of scotland.
Germany attacks the sea zone.
Can UK (or allied) fighters scramble to defend the Russian sea units?
If not could they do it if UK has a sea unit in the same sea zone & defend with the Russians though technically they're not allies yet?
On Germany turn they declare war on Russia.
Russia has sea units off east coast of scotland.
Can allies scramble to defend the Russians?
Thinking probably not, but imagine it changes if an ally power has sea units in the same sea zone as the russian ships.
Which of this is correct?
Yes.GiGeneral wrote:Can allies scramble to defend the Russians?
They have to make their entire move together from start to finish.david.durham.jr wrote:let's say a tank and mech infantry both attack into and empty enemy territory but from different locations, can they both blitz through to another territory, or do the tank and mech infantry have to start from the same location?
"War is much more fun when you're winning!" - General Martok
Really? This is related to the fact that a mechanized infantry can only blitz when paired with a tank, right? Otherwise two tanks can start in different territories, blitz through an empty enemy territory and then go to two different enemy territories, right?Krieghund wrote:They have to make their entire move together from start to finish.david.durham.jr wrote:let's say a tank and mech infantry both attack into and empty enemy territory but from different locations, can they both blitz through to another territory, or do the tank and mech infantry have to start from the same location?
I hope I'm interpreting that correctly.
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