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Subject: Some questions about movement and resuorce rss

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Hi guys, new game new question... thanks in advice to everyone that can help us.

1) in the pacific map every esa count double, so, a planes with 5 movement point can fly and hit an esa that is distant 3 esa from it?
So, can the planes fly for 3 esa? or only 2 (cause it have only 1 movement point to go in an esa that cost 2 movement points)

2) can the Canada pass all it resuorces to USA in the first years of war?
or they need particuolar events?

thanks to all, have fun!
 
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azalin1982 wrote:
Hi guys, new game new question... thanks in advice to everyone that can help us.

1) in the pacific map every esa count double, so, a planes with 5 movement point can fly and hit an esa that is distant 3 esa from it?
So, can the planes fly for 3 esa? or only 2 (cause it have only 1 movement point to go in an esa that cost 2 movement points)

2) can the Canada pass all it resuorces to USA in the first years of war?
or they need particuolar events?

thanks to all, have fun!


1. A 5-range aircraft on the Pacific/Asia map can only fly TWO hexes. You pay double per hex which means it would be six MP to enter a third hex, and that's not permitted.

2. Unless a certain US entry event is played, you may only lend resources to ACTIVE major powers. The US starts the game neutral so may neither receive nor lend resources/build points until the appropriate event is played. There is NO US entry event to allow anybody to give anything to the US while it is neutral.

Edit: Is "esa" Italian for "hex"? Just curious!
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Thanks for the information, you give to us alwais good answers and advices, I appreciate it very much.
For your curiosity: yes "esa" is the same of "hex" in italian, cause we call the hexagon "esagono" in italian, sometimes i lose my english... :)
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azalin1982 wrote:
Thanks for the information, you give to us alwais good answers and advices, I appreciate it very much.
For your curiosity: yes "esa" is the same of "hex" in italian, cause we call the hexagon "esagono" in italian, sometimes i lose my english...


I can't begin to imagine playing a game as complex as WIF in a language other than English so I think you guys are doing very well!
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wifwendell wrote:

1. A 5-range aircraft on the Pacific/Asia map can only fly TWO hexes. You pay double per hex which means it would be six MP to enter a third hex, and that's not permitted.


Don't forget: the extra movement point can still be used if you are flying a naval air mission, to get to the "one" box.
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