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Subject: Leader Order+pinned blocks+additional cards 2 player game rss

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Hi, I've been playing SOTE for a while and still have some doubts:

1 - Leader: May the leader move and then give his unique order or, in order to give his unique order he may not have been moved or activated in any way before?

2 - 2 players playing 3-4 player scenario: when playing a 3-4 player scenario with only two players, players are expected to draw 2 additional cards in operation phase n°2, n°3 and n° 4, correct?

3- Pinning blocks: Player 1 wants to attack Kiev, for example. Let's say that player 1 has troops in directly adjacent cities, I'll just call them city A (1 Block: cavalry) and city B (2 blocks). Two spaces away from Kiev, and connected to City A, there's cities C (player 1 has 4 blocks) and city D (player 2 has 2 blocks).

PLayer 1 puts a "move in" order in Kiev and a "force move out" in City C.
PLayer 2 puts a "force move out" in his troops in city D.

PLayer 2 goes first. He moves his 2 blocks from D to A, that was occupied by 1 block of player 1.

PLayer 1 wants to move his 4 blocks to Kiev, through City A, that now has 2 enemy troops there.

At a certain point, player 1 has five blocks there and player 2, two blocks.

- How many and which troops reach Kiev?
- which troops are pinned?
- Can the cavalry in A still attack Kiev or is it pinned because it was the only force present when player 2 invaded?
- Could the other blocks from player 1, reach Kiev because player 2 can only pin two blocks?

Well, hopefully one can understand this example...

Thank you very much in advance for your clarification!

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Eddie May
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Those are quite interesting questions! Hope someone can help you with it!
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It would be nice to delete the double posted one. And maybe boil the remaining down to what you want to know for both, for a 2 player game and lastly, for a 3-4 player game.

Subscribed to this one. Let's see if someone has answers.
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