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Subject: Responding to two counterblows with a stack of two units rss

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James Luksich
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So if you have two counterblows to respond to with a stack of two units can those two units do two separate combats or do they have to combine them into one combat?
Ex: German Unit A and B are in hex 1. Soviet Units C and D are in hexes 2 and 3 respectively with a counterblow on each. Can the German player do A vs C and B vs D or must they do AB vs CD?

And if a counter attack happens against a hex where only some units participated in the attack then only the units that participated in the attack suffer the results of the counter attack except for retreat results?
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Peter B.
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1.) If ALL attacking units can attack ALL defending units you MAY combine them for one attack. It is the decision of the attacker to make one or more attacks.
[10.3.3] Adjacency: For an attack to be resolved as a single
battle, all of the attacking units must be adjacent to all of the
Target Hexes.

2.) See 10.7.2
• Unengaged Units: It could happen in such battles that
only some units in a hex are being (counter)attacked, but
not others. That is allowed, however only the participating
units are affected by all combat results; the “unengaged”
units will suffer only the Retreat results.

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