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Jim F
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I get the impression with this great game that sometimes it gaslights me. Anyway as I progress with the European Historical Scenario I hit a bit of a snag.

At the start is it...

one 1-3 infantry unit (Australia); one 2-3 infantry unit and one 1-3 infantry unit (India) - as per the European Theatre Scenario Card

OR...

one 1-2 infantry unit (Australia); one 2-2 infantry unit and one 1-2 infantry unit (India)- as per the Historical Campaign Force Pool

I can't marry this one up. Help, as always, appreciated!
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Jim F
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D'oh! Of course their movement is 2 in the Pacific and 3 in Europe, so they are counted as 1-2 in Pacific and 1-3 in Europe...

Sorry. Will keep this thread here in case anyone else gets confused on this one.
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Ashiefan wrote:
At the start is it...

one 1-3 infantry unit (Australia); one 2-3 infantry unit and one 1-3 infantry unit (India) - as per the European Theatre Scenario Card

OR...

one 1-2 infantry unit (Australia); one 2-2 infantry unit and one 1-2 infantry unit (India)- as per the Historical Campaign Force Pool

I find it helpful that only those infantry units that can be transferred to Europe will have the European "3 MF" marked on the counter: e.g., there are several 2-2 Indian infantry units in the game, but only one of them is marked 2-3/2, because only one Indian 2-2 can be transferred to Europe.
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Jim F
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Yes, it is helpful. I'm on to my third game turn of the European historical scenario and the rules are starting to fall in to place. We'll see how long the French can keep the Germans out...
 
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