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Subject: cut off supply line rss

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Ken Thibodeau
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I know you can't use the card of a location cut off supply. But how am I suppsed to know it is cut off? For example, British manage to reach Gaspé and later Tadoussac via Fort Beauséjour. A few turns later, French take back Fort Beauséjour.

Now are Gaspé and Tadoussac caught out of supply? How do I know? Do I have to trace back to Boston by browsing through the location deck to figure out an allowed route or is there an easier way to find out?
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Eric Brosius
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Any two locations with ship icons are connected for purposes of supply. So (because Gaspe has a ship icon) it's connected to Boston. The location deck has nothing to do with supply.
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Thomas Büttner-Zimmermann
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And before the question arises again:
Fort Beauséjour is always in supply - yes, it has no ship symbol, because of it's position you can't use ships to help in a siege, but you can reach and supply it by ship.
Martin clarified it in another thread.
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