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On Turn 1, in the situation where several stacks of isolated Russian units are adjacent to each other but not all are adjacent to Germans, are they considered one pocket or separate pockets?
Specifically we have three stacks of isolated Russians in the Western District. The middle stack is not adjacent to Germans. Do we roll one die and take the attrition from the two stacks or do we roll one die for each stack?
It is one pocket, but the IS unit not adjacent to German units cannot be eliminated. From the scenario book special rules for the Barbarossa scenario:
A Pocket is defined as
a contiguous group of any number of Isolated units not
separated from one another by empty hexes, German
units, or ZOC in hexes not occupied by a friendly Isolated
unit. For each Pocket roll one die-that number of steps
are immediately eliminated (non-owning player’s choice)
in that Pocket (but IS units not adjacent to an In Supply
German unit are never affected.)
So roll one die, but losses can only come from the two stacks adjacent to German units.
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