We few,we happy few,we band of brothers;For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother: be he ne’er so vile;And gentlemen in England now-abed Shall think themself accurs’d they were no here That fought with us upon Saint Crispin’s day.
What happens when a ricochet from artillery fire passes down a hexside and there are enemy units in the hexes on both sides of the hexside? Do they both suffer a fire attack at the appropriate range as if the artillery volley had passed through their hex? And if so, would the same be true for there only being one unit on one side of the hexside?
Each hexes occupants pull out a powerful negative polarity magnet,
in an attempt to push the cannonball into the others hex