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Subject: iEE, Supply and Ungarrisoned Resource Areas rss

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From the rules, it seems to me that supply should be able to be traced through ungarrisoned resource areas. In iEE, this doesn't appear to be the case.

I (as the Axis) had units in the Crimea and Krasnodar, and owned Bryansk, Kharkov and the Dnepr River Bend, but these were ungarrisoned. In the final supply phase I lost the units (more accurately, I was given the option to spend a special action to save them).

Is iEE right to try and do this?
 
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Is iEE right to try and do this?

iEE is definitely correct - The rule in question, 4.7(b), lists only two exceptions, neither of which is in Russia.

b) Supply may not be traced through such an ungarrisoned resource
area (exceptions—British/U.S. units may trace supply through Alexandria
if ungarrisoned and friendly controlled; German units may
trace supply through the resource areas in Italy if they are
ungarrisoned and friendly controlled; Note that there is not a need
for an Axis garrison of Italian resource areas until after Italy has
been conquered or has surrendered (see 9.46 and 10.31c)).
 
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Thanks Rick.

The EE rulebook is very well written, and just when I think that I've looked through it all for the pertinent rules, you manage to correct me. Judging from the other threads, I'm not the only one either.

Your support for EE on BGG is invaluable. Thanks again.
 
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