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Subject: Decisive Victories rss

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Alejandro Sanz Dolado
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Hello,

I have a doubt, I am playing a Ionian war scenario by cyberboard, the Spartan player attacked 4 Argolid hopolites one moral 6 and 3 moral 4 with three elite Spartan hopolites and two hopolites morale 5 with a leader 1-0 and he reaches a 2-1 table.

My hopolites raid this turn but they being in rough and they added one to his morale. Spartan rolls were terrible and supposed the lost of two units of morale 5 and two elite hopolites morale 6, which supposes a decisive victory, now my doubt comes when I read in 13.4 in definitions of decisive victory, it said that each spartan elite hopolite unit eliminated is an athenian victory by each unit. Did I reach one decisive victory or three decisive victories?.

Regards. Alejandro.
 
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You won 2 decisive victories, one for each elite hoplite killed in battle
 
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