Michal Sebik
Czech Republic
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I came across this situation: Formation A was out of fuel at the end of turn 1. It had "low fuel" counter on its AM.. but than, as a new turn began, all the AMs returned to the cup to be shuffled.

Now, the other player won the initiative and wants to attack the formation A that was previously out of fuel. But since the A formation has no such counter, it is considered to be fueled and eligible for reaction movement. Right?
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Michal Sebik
Czech Republic
Prague 10
Czech Republic
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This is from CSW:

Theoretically every unit of the active formation that lacks fuel supply and all Arny units that activate as part of the active formation should be marked with a low fuel marker. As a practical matter, you can usually just put a low quells marker on the formation's HQs and the army units. Once marked with a low fuel marker, units will retain that low fuel marker until they are activated with fuel supply later that turn or in a subsequent turn. 

Keeping the low fuel marker on the unit until it is providedvwith fuel supply prevents the unit from effectively becoming fueled at the beginning of each turn. Note that fuel supply status is independent of out of supply status, so an out of supply and low fuel unit could become in supply and still be low fuel.

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