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I have been reading the latest rules in preparation for a game with a friend.
" An ungarrisoned fort has no SPs present.
An ungarrisoned fort entered by land, not naval movement, is
eliminated (counter) or captured (coastal fort)."
So, I take this as meaning that if a Fort is in Manassas for example, but has no SPs in it, an opposing un-intercepted force that moves into Manassas gets to remove the Fort with no battle. This being different than if a Fort is amphibiously assaulted, such as a coastal fort or a fort on a river attacked by water.
Do I have this right?
That is my reading of it, yes.
Yes, like Dan said.
If the fort belonged to Davis, there is a one point SW shift on both sides as well. Also counts for Emancipation Proc play.
Fort Wilson can be attacked by land. [edit: Ft. Monroe]
- Last edited Sat Sep 17, 2016 4:04 pm (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Thu Sep 15, 2016 2:25 pm
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You mean Fort Monroe? That looks to be the only coastal fort that can be attacked by land...