I just want to clarify my understanding of the movement rules
in the rules, Bowen Simmons wrote:
... when a corps with two or more units moves by road, the following rules apply:
• After the corps enters a locale (even if just to pass through it), no other units can move into or through the reserve area of the locale for the rest of the turn.
• The corps must stop its move on entering a locale if there is an adjacent locale that contains an enemy corps of two or more units.
(1) From the introductory clause ("...when a corps with..."), am I to assume that these rules do NOT apply to detached units?regarding the first bullet:
(2) is the same true of detached units? Is it legal for a corp to move into or through the reserve area of a locale that was previously used by a detached unit?
(3) if so then can multiple detached units make use of the same road in a turn?regarding the second bullet:
(4) Is this to be understood literally? or would an adjacent locale with 2 or more detached units also force a stop?
Thanks for any help!
Let me add a question too. In the Detached Move description
Bowen Simmons wrote:
Units moved by this type of command cannot move by road.
(5) Does this mean that they can't move using the road movement rules or are they prohibited from moving from one locale to an adjacent one connected by a road?