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James Noone
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I've seen in other games how cavalry used for pursuit has to be fresh; it cannot fight in the preceding battle first. In these pursuit rules, however, it apparently makes no difference whether or not the pursuing cavalry has already fought in battle just prior to the pursuit. Mind you, I'm not complaining about this, just wondering.
 
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Didier Rouy
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See page 27 of the booklet, it is said :

First calculate the ratio between both cavalries. Any winning cavalry units that were not engaged count as full. Units that were engaged and have a morale above 20 count for half. Engaged units with a morale lower than 20 do not count at all. For the loser, only cavalry units with a positive morale are taken into account. If the loser has no cavalry at all or only broken cavalry, use the > 3/1 column. Then calculate the average morale of the pursuing cavalry, and roll a die. The number is the percentage of the pursuing cavalry transformed into losses for the loser.

Therefore, fresh cavalry will be very efficient in the pursuit.
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