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Subject: Attacking a Neutral Country rss

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Dan Poole
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I was informed by the designer at BGG con that if a neutral country is attacked, assuming the attacker loses, that neutral country now joins the side of the defender. Does that mean the defending side places a control token, takes the territory card and subsequently receives its production?

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Yes. Also applies to a quagmire.
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Thanks again for answering all my questions so patiently.
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engelstein wrote:
Yes. Also applies to a quagmire.


If Axis attack a neutral country that has, say, 1 neutral defend card, and Axis lose against it either by Defeat or by Rout, the winner (Defender) must remove from the game the neutral defend card or it can be placed in the defending slot once again?
 
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apocatastasi wrote:
engelstein wrote:
Yes. Also applies to a quagmire.


If Axis attack a neutral country that has, say, 1 neutral defend card, and Axis lose against it either by Defeat or by Rout, the winner (Defender) must remove from the game the neutral defend card or it can be placed in the defending slot once again?


When a neutral card is taken off the board (for any reason) it is removed from the game. So it would stay in the case of a rout, since no defenders are removed.
 
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voynix wrote:
I was informed by the designer at BGG con that if a neutral country is attacked, assuming the attacker loses, that neutral country now joins the side of the defender. Does that mean the defending side places a control token, takes the territory card and subsequently receives its production?

Thanks, dan


Can you help me, guys, in finding where in the rules this is stated? Thank you in advance
 
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Hi Frank,

That is totally not in the rules per se. That is why I asked the designer who was literally demoing the game at the next table over. He definitely stated neutral countries immediately become controlled by the other player (assuming the attackers lose)
 
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Thank you Dan. Suppose I (axis) attack the still neutral Spain; I loose so Spain becomes controlled by Allies: Spain's three neutral defense cards have to stay in Spain or rather they must be eliminated and replaced by Allies cards?
 
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I don't have the rules on me now, but I am pretty sure the neutral defense cards stay. Allied cards may be added as well.
 
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Neutral defense cards stay - always - until they need to be removed via battle. If they are controlled by a player they can't be picked up off the board at the end of the year - they must stay there.

I'm working on a FAQ/Errata to clarify and codify these points.
 
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