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Subject: Removing a PC marker via Enemy PDF Fire (9.2.2) rss

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William Jason Raynovich
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So, I think the answer is, "It counts toward Experience," but just to be sure:

9.2.2 2nd to last paragraph:

Enemy units placed that are firing through intervening PC markers along the line of fire casue those intervening PC markers to be removed if at the same level.)

Questions:

1st Question:
What if the PDF moves? I assume this still holds true. Remove the PC marker.


2nd Question:
Does it count toward Experience?
In WW2, 2nd mission, it states, Clear another card that had a PC marker.

According to 1.2.6, Occupied, Unoccupied, Cleared, and Secured Cards: . . . A Cleared card is an unoccupied card that previously had a Potential Contact marker and is being counted for the purpose of achieving a mission.

So, a card that is Cleared is Cleared. Very good. Get that for the purpose of winning a mission. However, the Experience Points list for the mission states "Clear another card that had a PC Marker." This does not state Cleared, but the card seems to have needed to be "Cleared" by the US unit. Is this not intended? I believe I am reading into it too much, but just want to be sure.

 
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