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Subject: Resolving single unit "X-1" Attacks? rss

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Ian Bowes
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I'm a bit puzzled by this scenario;

If I have two units in an area on the front line, and I attack - using only 1 unit in the attack, and I roll enough to get an X-1 result (basically you succeed in the attack, but lose a unit) how can a 1 unit attack resolve this with a success?

Essentially, you have to kill off the only unit that attacked, yet the result suggests a success in the attack. Do you get nothing from that rolled success for attacks made with a single unit?

It seems to me an attack made from a single unit (remember two units are needed to create this) is less likely to succeed, so actually rolling an X-1 result should reward the player with some gain.

Can you move a Garrison counter into the area, but remove the attacking unit?
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