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If so, it would indicate a leisurely follow-after indeed, to allow the fleeing enemy to go ahead and set themselves up in a nice fort, before pursuing them! ... And yes, I understand that this sort of thing has happened historically. It's still kinda squinty.
 
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And a related but separate edge case re the Fortress benefit:

Gibamund and Vandal-controlled Huns occupy Septem.
The Romans play the "Allies" card, turning the Huns to Roman control.
There's a battle, now, inside the Fortress.
But will either side, or both, enjoy the Fortress benefit of ignoring a Panic result?

I'm playing no benefit, but I could argue it other ways.
 
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And an even worse edge case ...

Romans & Huns occupy Hippo (Fortress).

The Vandals' turn comes up, they draw the Allies card, and they choose to turn the Huns (inside Hippo). They also attack with some of their own units from Cirta (outside Hippo).

Who in the heck gets to ignore panic in this fight?

I'm playing that Romans can ignore panic results inflicted by the Vandals, but not by the Huns; and the Huns cannot ignore panic results inflicted by the Romans.
 
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