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Subject: making sure I understand Confederate movement rss

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Steve Shockley
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Seffner
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So I just placed an order for this game after playing and enjoying David Kershaw's excellent Solitaire Caesar. The prospect of a solitaire ACW grand strategy game that plays in an hour or two has me quite excited.

Before I read the rules and play, I just want to make sure I have the rules regarding Confederate movement and victory correct. My understanding is that when a Confederate army leaves either a neutral or union area, it leaves behind a unit, but that only union areas (and not neutrals) count towards the four areas required to secure a Confederate victory.

Have I got that right?
 
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David Kershaw
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If memory serves, yes. Neutral areas were no use for Confederate victory.
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