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Subject: Sea area combat rss

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Cédric Di Noto
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ih, i'have a problem to understand a phrase:

"If both sides have at least one air and/or CV, first you will resolve an Air Round (see 6.1). Then, if either side has at least one air or naval unit with a Naval Factor greater than zero and the other side has any naval units (including a Convoy), you resolve a Naval Round (see 6.3)."

if in a sea area with one japan air unit and one usa CV unit , you must have a combat no ?

so first an air combat , and after if the both unit stay alive do you have a naval round with naval factor of Air unit for Japan and Naval factor of CV unit for usa ?

because the japan do not have any naval unit but i think the air unit can bombing a sea fleet no ?

and if the usa naval unit was a BB fleet , can the air unit is involved in a naval round too with her naval bombing factor ?

thanks
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Dave LeLacheur
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Hi Cedric,

Answers below:

eucalys wrote:
ih, i'have a problem to understand a phrase:

"If both sides have at least one air and/or CV, first you will resolve an Air Round (see 6.1). Then, if either side has at least one air or naval unit with a Naval Factor greater than zero and the other side has any naval units (including a Convoy), you resolve a Naval Round (see 6.3)."

if in a sea area with one japan air unit and one usa CV unit , you must have a combat no ?


Yes, a combat is required.

eucalys wrote:
so first an air combat , and after if the both unit stay alive do you have a naval round with naval factor of Air unit for Japan and Naval factor of CV unit for usa ?


Yes an Air Round is resolved first. If both units remain, then there is a Naval Round. As you correctly say, the Naval Round in this case would simply be the Japanese air unit bombing the USA CV.

eucalys wrote:
because the japan do not have any naval unit but i think the air unit can bombing a sea fleet no ?

and if the usa naval unit was a BB fleet , can the air unit is involved in a naval round too with her naval bombing factor ?

thanks


In the original example, the Japanese air unit may bomb the USA CV, assuming both are still there after the Air Round.

If it is a Japanese air unit against a USA BB, then there is no Air Round. Simply resolve a Naval Round, in which the Japanese air unit will attack the USA BB. (The Japanese air unit cannot be affected.)

Hope that helps!

Cheers,
Dave L.
 
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Cédric Di Noto
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Thanks for your help

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Bertrand Guillou-Keredan
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Hi Another one :

Do you confirm that a CV unit that participated in a naval combat in a Sea area combat is eligible to make a port attack later in the turn ?

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Hi Bertrand,

Yes, CV and BB units that participate in Sea Area Combat are still eligible to participate in a Land Area Combat (provided there are no enemy units in the same sea area to prevent this) later in the turn. The type of Land Area Combat could be anything: Port Attack, Ground Attack, or even Factory Attack (CVs could support your air units that are doing the bombing vs. a coastal land area with a Factory).

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Dave L.
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Bertrand Guillou-Keredan
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Thx very much for the speedy responses Dave.

We will soon start playing a full game :-)

Best regards

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