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Subject: Ile aux Noix to Hudson Carry North-Supply line and boat movement rss

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Michel D
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Hi, in our last game my partner and I disagreed on this point. Can you help to make it clearwhistle

Is it possible to move directly by boat movement from Hudson Carry North to Ile aux Noix? Or does it need a fortification in Ticonderoga in order to do that (lake Champlain and lake George are not connected but there is a dashed line all the way...)?

Then, does supply can go this same way (Hudson Carry North to Ile aux Noix) without a fort or a stockade in Ticonderoga?

Thank you
 
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Dave Rubin
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Yes, you can. Water movement is governed by the connections between spaces, not the content of the spaces.

(The distance between Lake George and the Champlain basin is too short to provide any impediment to bateaux.)
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Michel D
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Thank you, Dave.
I was not completely sure about this.Now, it's clear
 
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