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Subject: an easy way to kill lots of romans, or a simple misunderstanding rss

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michael kneis
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So I'm playing the Heraclea solo and a weird thing happened...

Phyrrus' boys moved up to the river as quickly as possible. They hoped to engage the disorganized Romans as the legions moved off the river. The Legions pressed across the river and during some of the attacks routed. Now my question. I know that if a routed unit suffers an additional TQ it is eliminated, but does that include TQ's from the blue stuff on the map, river/stream who knows? If yes this stream is proving to be challenging indeed.

I used the right flank cavalry to protect the flank of the legions, so instead of attacking the skirmish line they are following the infantry as it goes forward. The river crossing is therefore very opposed, skirmishers and light infantry everywhere..... don't know if this will turn out to be a good idea in the long run, but hey.....


 
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Pleasde ignore my question. I found the answer. The route chit is placed on the unit after the two hex move.....
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Also Routed units do not suffer Terrain cohesion hits.
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