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Alberto Natta
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Greetings,

Have some questions on rules.

1- Soviet Minors and their posture.
Soviet Minors are Mongolia and Tannu Tuva?
Are they automatically at war the moment the Soviet Minor Posture is removed via a political event or Japan needs regular Declaration of War in the final phase of a turn?

2- Chinese Units, Stacking and Movement.
Given Communists and Nationalist Chinese are enemy to each other; can they enter each other active Countries hexes? (ie. Kansu units moving in a Western Active Swezchan hex?)

Can friendly Chinese units stack even if they're different nationalities (with the due exception of the EXP forces)?

Thanks in advance for the help.
 
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Erwin Lau
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1. No, technically they could be any countries. Mongolia and Tannu Tuva are likely to be Soviet Minors but they are not Soviet Minors by definitions.
When a country has units on map, they must determine their alignment if not done yet. At this moment they become either Axis, Soviet or Western aligned.
Before any units are put onto the map, they are still Neutral Countries.

A Neutral Mongolia (i.e. no units on map) will not be at war even the Soviet Minor Posture marker is removed, because it is still Neutral.

2. First, Szechwan is not a Western Chinese Minor Country when the game starts. It is a Neutral Chinese Country. As the game progress, it is possible to become a Soviet Chinese Minor Country.
In case Szechwan is activated as a Western Chinese Minor Country, the answer to the question becomes Yes, they can, just like Japanese units can enter and invade Szechwan.

3. Friendly Chinese units of different "countries" cannot stack together. They cannot attack the same enemy stack together. (exception: HQ and EXP)

Hope these help.
 
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Alberto Natta
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It helped.

The reference to Szechwan is about an ongoing game where we were puzzled if Communist forces could enter Nationalist countries.

 
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